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lap joint

lap joint

n.
A joint, as between two boards or metal parts, in which the ends or edges are overlapped and fastened together, usually so as to produce a flush or continuous surface.
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lap joint

n
(Building) a joint made by placing one member over another and fastening them together. Also called: lapped joint
ˈlap-ˌjointed adj
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lap′ joint`


n.
a joint, as between two pieces of metal or timber, in which the pieces overlap, often flush.
[1815–25]
lap′-joint`ed, adj.
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Noun1.lap joint - joint made by overlapping two ends and joining them togetherlap joint - joint made by overlapping two ends and joining them together
joint - junction by which parts or objects are joined together
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The Purdue team found some corrosion in lap joints, but there were no significant changes in the material properties once a reduction in thickness was taken into account, he said.
Once they were cut to length, I set all four uprights side by side with tops even so I could mark and precut opposing lap joints for stretchers that connect posts and rails, and mark attachment points for seat and table frames on lower inner margins of the posts.
The paper entitled "Strength and Failure Mechanism of Composite-Steel Adhesive Bond Single Lap Joints" described the strength and failure mechanism of composite-steel adhesive bond single lap joints because the joints of composite steel are very important for lightweight structures for engineering applications.
tenons, lap joints, rabbets and other joints on the ends of boards.
Shear testing of the lap joints was carried out on Instron Universal Testing Machine Sintech (Model 20) equipped with Testwork program (Version 2.10, Sintech Inc.) for statistical calculations.
Here, step-by-step, is how to build a basic 4 x 8 shed using simple (but challenging) butt, notch, and lap joints. See the illustrations and drawings for more elaborate joinery.
da Silva, "Single lap joints loaded in tension with ductile steel adherends," International Journal of Adhesion and Adhesives, vol.
Apply construction adhesive to the lap joints on each corner, then screw the parts of each lap joint together with five 1-1/4 in.
The separate pre-coated adherends were removed from the hot press and placed in a steel mold to align the substrates and keep the overlap distance in the lap joints at exactly 12.7 cm.
In Cornell's work [6], a variation and extension of Goland and Reissner's method were presented for determining the stresses in adhesive lap joints. The author assumed that the two lap joint plates act like simple beam and the more elastic adhesive layer is an infinite number of shear and tension springs.
smaller than the door opening in each direction for clearance, Cut lap joints at the comers and for the center crosspiece, and glue the joints with resorcinol glue, which is waterproof and super-strong.
The raised lap joint is in the family of lap joints, while the tongue and groove, one dimple and V joints are essentially are in the different family.