A vertical structural element that holds up a roof, encloses part or all of a room, or stands by itself to hold back soil.
Also riser. The vertical section between the bench and the cone of a manhole.
A structure or slab of small thickness, built in a vertical or nearly vertical plane.
Tube / Pipe wall thickness.
an architectural partition with a height and length greater than its thickness; used to divide or enclose an area or to support another structure; "the south wall had a small window"; "the walls were covered with pictures"
a vertical (or almost vertical) smooth rock face (as of a cave or mountain)
A flat vertical section of rock
An exterior wall (see partition).
The thickness of the bottle, usually measured along the side walls. Alpha manufactures some heavy-wall styles of bottles that offer improved strength and stacking.
The halfpipe is composed of two walls. Snowboarders use these walls to vault themselves into the air and perform aerial tricks.
Used in a number of ways, for the skeletal and/or organic partition between zooids in a colony, or between the colony and the environment. See basal wall, frontal wall, transverse wall, lateral wall, vertical wall, interior wall, exterior wall, double-walled, free-walled, fixed-wall.
A surface, which is vertical or inclined not more than 20 degrees from the vertical.
panel or partition between two spaces.
The wall of a halfpipe is comprised of a transition and a vertical section.
vertical enclosing device usually of a continuous structure of permanent material such as brick, concrete, or stone
Divider made of plasterboard or plaster used to partition rooms. A room is created by the walls surrounding it.
Vertical divider of framing, sheathing and plaster or wallboard, which is used to partition a building into rooms by surrounding an area.
A steep incline along a race's course.[ edit
The thickness of tubular material, usually expressed as "nominal" or "minimum".
vertical structure that forms interior or exterior side of room, attached to studs.
The recipient of a projected image. Also used to partition rooms within buildings.
the transition and vertical parts of a halfpipe combined form the wall.
structured partition, whether bearing or not
A member, usually vertical, used to enclose or separate spaces.
The transition and vertical sides of a halfpipe.
A vertical piece of rock. If less steep it would be a slab; if steeper, an overhang.
Wall of the halfpipe