Springing

The signs shown by a cow indicating the approach of calving.

Springing

Springing as a nautical term refers to global vertical resonant hull girder vibration due to oscillating wave loads along the hull of the ship. The hydrodynamic theory of springing is not yet fully understood due to the complex description of the surface waves and structure interaction. It is, however, well known that larger ships with longer reso...
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Springing

• (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Spring • (n.) Growth; increase; also, that which springs up; a shoot; a plant. • (n.) The act or process of one who, or that which, springs.
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springing

(from the article `ship`) Another wave-excited hull vibration that can produce significant stress is known as springing. The cause of springing is resonance between the ...
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springing

1. The act or process of one who, or that which, springs. ... 2. Growth; increase; also, that which springs up; a shoot; a plant. 'Thou blessest the springing thereof.' (Ps. Lxv. 10) Springing line of an arch, the horizontal line drawn through the junction of the vertical face of the impost with the curve of the intrados. ... Synonym: spring of an ...
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Springing

Spring'ing noun 1. The act or process of one who, or that which, springs. 2. Growth; increase; also, that which springs up; a shoot; a plant. « Thou blessest the springing thereof.» Ps. lxv. 10. Springing line of an arch (Architecture) ,
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Springing

In heraldry, the term springing is applied to beasts of chase in a leaping position (like salient is applied to lions etc). Springing is also said of fish placed in a bend.
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Springing

Plane from which an arch springs, i.e. the junction between the vertical face of the abutment and the arch barrel.
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springing

Support point or origin
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