Fretting


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Fretting

Decoration produced by cutting away the background of a pattern in stone or wood, leaving the rest as a grating.
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With the increasing use of PEEK-matrix materials in various fretting conditions, it is necessary to study their own unique response to the special application.
Fretting wear was investigated on vibration burnished and polished samples.
An internal investigation conducted by Ikaria in April 2010 showed that fretting corrosion, or micro-movement at the electrical contact interface of non-noble metals, such as tin, was the cause for erratic nitric oxide (NO) monitoring readings which were reported when the INOMAX DS was used for NO delivery to patients.
Apart from the corrosion resistance, our work was focused on fretting wear behavior of boat superstructures assemblies made of 5000 aluminum family used in naval construction.
01 -- Dow Corning Corporation, a global leader in silicone and silicon-based technology and innovation, is launching new MolykoteAG-3407 Caliper Pin Grease to help disc-brake designers reduce fretting corrosion and excessive wear on caliper guide and mounting pins.
Vadiraj and Kamaraj present a study of fretting wear tests of surface modified biomedical titanium alloys in medical grade devices used for biomedical implants in hips, knees, and other joints.
A fadiga por fretting e um dos modos mais comuns de fadiga por contato e refere-se ao deslizamento de pequena amplitude entre duas superficies em contato, favorecendo a nucleacao de trincas que, devido ao carregamento ciclico aplicado ao componente, podem propagar-se e causar a sua falha.
You're then going to tune your A string by fretting the A string at the 7th fret and making it sound like the E string played open.
Fretting that freethinkers won't impress Oxbridge, the status-conscious headmaster (Clive Merrison) brings in Irwin (Stephen Campbell Moore) to provide more cold-blooded coaching on how to impress exam-givers.
Gil ranting about birthday banners ("noise pollution for the deaf"), Cleo having sex to Elvis hits (hopefully not Burning Love), a neurotic girlfriend fretting about how seductive the satellite navigation voice sounds ("You're not telling me he had both hands on that steering wheel").
Fretting corrosion, caused by small movements under high loads can be extremely difficult to model or simulate, as the test equipment imparting the necessary cylindrical motion is, itself, prone to fretting corrosion.
VANCOUVER -- "We spent much of the 1990s fretting about the confidence of upper-income earners," said Marc Lee, author of New Perspectives on Income Inequality in BC, "It turns out they were doing just fine.