Monorail

[disambiguation] Monorail and similar can mean: ...
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monorail

[n] - a railway having a single track
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Monorail

A track hung from the underside of a roof, usually an I section along which a lifting appliance travels (Run way beam).
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Monorail

Large format camera (usually, though there are medium format examples) constructed on an ' optical bench ' principle with front and rear standards on a rail.
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monorail

noun a railway having a single track
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monorail

railway that runs on a single rail. This rail may be located either above or beneath the railway cars. In systems that employ an overhead rail, the ... [2 related articles]
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Monorail

Large format camera (usually, though there are medium format examples) constructed on an ' optical bench ' principle with front and rear standards on a rail
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Monorail

Usually a single rail support for a material handling system.
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monorail

monorail, railway system that uses cars that run on a single rail. Typically the rail is run overhead and the cars are either suspended from it or run above it. Driving power is transmitted from the cars to the track by means of wheels that rotate horizontally, making contact with the rail between i...
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monorail

Railway that runs on a single rail; the cars can be balanced on it or suspended from it. It was invented in 1882 to carry light loads, and when run by electricity was called a telpher. The Wuppertal Schwebebahn, which has been running in Germany since 1901, is a suspension monorail, where the passenger cars hang from an arm fixed to a trolley t...
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MonoRail

[software] MonoRail (formerly called Castle on Rails), a component of the Castle Project, is an open source web application framework built on top of the ASP.NET platform. Inspired by Ruby on Rails Action Pack, MonoRail differs from standard ASP.NET Web Forms development by enforcing separation of concerns using a model-view-controller (MVC
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Monorail

A monorail is a railway in which the track consists of a single rail, typically elevated. The term is also used to describe the beam of the system, or the vehicles traveling on such a beam or track. The term originates from joining mono (one) and rail (rail), from as early as 1897, possibly from German engineer Eugen Langen, who called an elevated
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