Definitions for "Bulkhead"
A partition in a vessel, to separate apartments on the same deck.
A structure of wood or stone, to resist the pressure of earth or water; a partition wall or structure, as in a mine; the limiting wall along a water front.
(a) A permanent load securement device attached crosswise of a car that is used to prevent lengthwise movement of lading and or to restrain or contain the lading into sections. (b) A partition separating one part of a ship between decks from another part. (c) A structure to resist the pressure of earth or water.
Keywords:  cutout, connector, panel, rear, jam
Wooden panels inserted into the container in order to prevent boxes from falling to the front if the container is not entirely full.
A term used to define a mounting style of connectors. Bulkhead connectors are designed to be inserted into a panel cutout from the rear (component side) or front side of the panel.
Type of connector designed for insertion into a panel cutout on the component side.
A solid, vertical piece of wood inside a fuselage which helps to give it shape and rigidity. A charging rate of C is that which will in theory fully charge a cell in 1 hour. It's actually the same number as the cell capacity but expressed in mA not mAH. E.g. for a 2000 mAH cell the C rate is 2000 mA i.e. 2A.
A former within the fuselage used as internal support for longerons, sheet sides, stringers and so on.
a vertical former inside a fuselage.
The head of a breakwater, helping to protect an area from water damage.
structure that retains or prevents the sliding of land or protects land from water damage. atalyst: an agent which helps forward a chemical reaction without itself suffering any chemical change.
A steep or vertical structure placed on a bank, bluff, or embankment to retain or prevent sliding of the land and protect the inland area against damage.
Keywords:  bulwarks, pvc, mate, plumbing, pipe
a plumbing part used to mate a container with pvc pipe
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Horizontal or inclined door over exterior stairway to cellar
Wood or other material to secure cargo from movement within a container.
A cargo-restraining separation within a vehicle or container used to prevent shifting of the cargo during transit.
1). A very anal retentive sailor (see also Stern). 2). Discomfort suffered by sailors who drink too much.
A very fundamental part of your R/C vehicle. Several major components rely on the bulkhead to join them to the chassis. Shock towers, upper chassis plates and suspension arms. Differentials are sandwiched between the left and right bulkheads.
In commercial buildings, the area below the display windows at the sidewalk level.
Keywords:  tunnel, shut, built, rock, resist
A structure built to resist rock pressure or to shut off water flow, as in a tunnel.