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  • Info The middle example is created by an extension of a simple supported beam (such as the way a diving-board is anchored and extends over the edge of a swimming pool). more...
  • The cantilever bridge design was used, and construction proceeded for over two years.
  • The station building is built on a cantilever above and across the platform.
  • It does not cantilever out over the upper deck as much as the original did.
  • The bridge refers to both the road bridge and the cantilever railway bridge, though primarily it means the latter.
  • The bridge was therefore built from the top down, using a balanced cantilever construction method.
  • The bridge itself is a single cantilever bridge, with two lanes in each direction.
  • Originally, the largest span of the original eastern section was a cantilever bridge.
  • In addition, the aircraft was equipped with a more powerful engine and a cantilever high-wing.
  • It refers to both: a road bridge and a cantilever railway bridge.
  • The wing was a cantilever design, an unusual and advanced feature for the day.
  • It was an all-wood single-seat glider with a cantilever three piece high wing.
  • He became the first furniture designer to use the cantilever principle in chair design using wood.
  • Therefore n and c are dependent on the conditions of the fixed end of the cantilever.
  • The aircraft was a low-wing cantilever monoplane of all-metal, metal-covered construction.
  • Following the cantilever principle, a large mount allows finer control than a smaller one.
  • Studies of the cantilever strength of its leg bones indicate that it could run quite fast.
  • The building is the only house to have been built using a jetty without a cantilever.
  • It was the world's first cantilever wing four-engine heavy bomber.
  • The most common current wing design is the cantilever.
  • A unique cantilever, pillar-less stadium - the very first of its kind in India!
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Words starting with cantilever

Meaning of cantilever

  • noun Projecting horizontal beam fixed at one end only
  • verb Project as a cantilever
  • verb Construct with girders and beams such that only one end is fixed
    Frank Lloyd Wright liked to cantilever his buildings