tie-plate

рельсовая подкладка

Англо-русский словарь по прокатке металлов. — М.: Физматгиз.. . 1963.

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  • Tie plate — A tie plate (US) or baseplate (UK) in railroading is a steel plate used between flanged T rail and the crossties. The tie plate increases bearing area and holds the rail to correct gauge. They are fastened to wooden ties by means of spikes or… …   Wikipedia

  • tie-plate — ˈ ̷ ̷ˌ ̷ ̷ transitive verb Etymology: tie plate : to furnish (as a railroad track) with tie plates …   Useful english dictionary

  • tie plate — noun 1. : one of several narrow plates to space and strengthen deck beams of a ship see ship illustration 2. : a plate to distribute the pressure of a tie (as on a supporting beam) 3. : a metal plate between a railroad rail and tie to assist in… …   Useful english dictionary

  • tie plate — Railroads. a plate set between the base of a rail and a crosstie to distribute the rail load over a greater area of the tie and thus reduce wear and damage to it. [1870 75] * * * …   Universalium

  • Tie the Knot — Blushing Groom, the grandsire of Tie the Knot …   Wikipedia

  • Tie ban shen shu — (in Simplified: 铁板神数; Traditional: 鐵板神數; Pinyin: Tiě Bǎn Shén Shù = iron plate spiritual numerology) is an ancient form of divination from China, which is still in use in China, Taiwan, Singapore and the Chinese diaspora in Southeast Asia. Tie… …   Wikipedia

  • Tie clip — A selection of tie clips, mostly from the early to mid 20th century There have been many forms of tie control devised since the 19th century, when ties first became a regular part of fashion. Clips, chains, pins have all been used to do one… …   Wikipedia

  • Tie Cup — The Tie Cup is a defunct international football tournament played between representatives of the Argentine league (AAFL), Rosario league and the Uruguayan football Association (TUAFL). It was one of the earliest international football tournaments …   Wikipedia

  • Tie pin — Golden tiepin with emerald, 19th century A Tie pin (also known as a Stick pin), is a neckwear controlling device, originally worn by wealthy English gentlemen to secure the folds of their cravats, they were first popularized at the beginning of… …   Wikipedia

  • Tie chain — A silver Tie chain A Tie chain is a neckwear controlling device. This accessory is composed of two parts, a durable clip and a chain (typically of gold or silver). The clip attaches to a button on the shirt and when properly worn is covered… …   Wikipedia

  • Tie-Beam — ♦ Transverse horizontal beam at or near wall top level, tying together the feet of the rafters and preventing their spread. It is above the wall plate in box framed types of rood, below it in cruck construction. (Wood, Margaret. The English… …   Medieval glossary

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