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Steel bar with transverse ridges; used in reinforced concrete.

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FUTTOCK

A piece of timber that make up a large transverse frame.

SADDLE CHOCK

A transverse beam placed over the transom with fairleads for mooring warps.

LOLLING

An uncontrollable list caused by inadequate transverse stability in the upright condition.

FORE HORSE

A transverse wooden or iron beam afore the main mast to which the foresail sheet is attached.

FUTTOCKS

Pieces of timber that make up a large transverse frame.

LINEARLY POLARIZED WAVE

A transverse electromagnetic wave the electric field vector of which lies along a fixed line at all times.

ANGLE OF ROLL

The angle between the transverse axis of a craft and the horizontal. Also called ROLL ANGLE

BEAM WIDTH

The angular measure of the transverse section of a beam (usually in the main lobe) Lying within directions corresponding to specified values of field strength relative to the maximum (e.g., half field strength beam width and half power beam width). The beam width is usually measured in one or more specified planes contain- ing the axis of the beam.

LONGITUDINAL WAVE

A wave in which the vibration is in the direction of propagation, as in sound waves. This is in contrast with a TRANSVERSE WAVE, in which the vibration is perpendicular to the direction of propagation.

FICTITIOUS GRATICULE

The network of lines representing fictitious parallels and fictitious meridians on a map, chart, or plotting sheet. It may be either a transverse graticule or an oblique graticule depending upon the kind of projection; a fictitious graticule may also be a GRID.
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