Definition of clevis in English:
A U-shaped or forked metal connector within which another part can be fastened by means of a bolt or pin passing through the ends of the connector.
- Franke surmised that a clevis bolt in the control system broke, rendering the elevator useless.
- Indeed, it appears there are several easy ways to secure the brake without using the afterthought clip, perhaps by drilling a small hole and inserting a clevis pin or something of that nature.
- The solid rocket boosters have worked flawlessly since the redesign of the O-rings and the clevis and tang joints that failed in the Challenger disaster.
Late 16th century: perhaps related to cleave1.
Words that rhyme with cleviscrevice, Nevis
Definition of clevis in:
- British & World English dictionary
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