Definitions for "interlocking"
A mechanical or electrical signaling system that ensures that only one train at a time is allowed to move through a junction.
A system of mechanical or electrical controls so only one train can move through a junction of two or more tracks like a crossing or yard throat.
The means by which the movement of signals and points are co-ordinated to prevent conflicting train movements occurring (ie collisions).
Connected together in such a manner that the parts work together as a single unit, or in a coordianted manner.
The action of linking into each other, or the joining fast together by mutual or reciprocal action.
An installation method that connects engineered hardwood or laminate boards to each other without the need for glue on the edges or ends. The boards lock together via a tongue-and-groove system. Interlocking floors "float" over the subfloor (see "Floating Floors.")
Lukitus Förregling Electrical safety sequence made by hard wiring or combutor program e.g. if underpressure of furnace is accidentally lost the fuel firing is stopped automatically.
A method of linking layers of face fabric, interlining, and lining using long, loose stitches known as lockstitch.
The stitch variation of the rib stitch, which resembles two separate 1 x 1 ribbed fabrics that are interknitted. Plain (double knit) interlock stitch fabrics are thicker, heavier, and more stable than single knit constructions.
Interlocked concentration values (interlocking features). The requirement that the two certified concentration values provided by Scott's dual-certified Universal and Reference Classes agree within ±1% of each other. Dual-certified calibration standards (gas mixtures) receive two rigorous, independent certifications: one during blending using the GravStat(tm) process and the other using proprietary laboratory analytical procedures. The interlocking requirement assures that all dual-certified calibration gas mixtures are of the highest accuracy.
The tiering, binding or blending of various articles with one another.
Keywords:  warning, alter, editing, section, start
Interlocking is a feature for warning when you start to alter a file that someone else is already editing. Section 16.3.2.
Interlocking is a feature for warning when you start to alter a file that someone else is already editing. See section Simultaneous Editing.
Keywords:  entwined, grip, little, finger, left
Type of grip where the little finger of the right hand is entwined with the index finger of the left.
A method in which hair is maintained or tightened using a tool.