V-notch

V-notch

V-notch
A notch, in the shape of the letterV, cut into a log or timber near one of its ends;
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Its front sight is a tiny brass bead and the rear is a V-notch in the hammer.
The rear sight is a shallow V-notch featuring a vertical white line.
To validate the material data of resin-bonded silica sand in casting simulation, sand cup molds with three different types of geometries, named as intact cup mold, flat-notch cup mold and V-notch cup mold, were designed for process simulation and experimental validation.
The V-notch drop-away arm ensures zero arrow contact at the shot, allowing for greater accuracy and consistency.
The stacked Charpy V-notch impact test followed the standard test procedure per ASTM-E23, except that three identical sheet coupons are mechanically riveted together to make a sub-sized compact with nominal thickness of 5.
Sights are the typical Hunter style used on other Ruger handguns, consisting of a red fiber-optic front sight matched up with a V-notch rear sight.
All machining services are Nadcap accredited and LTI is on the NIST Qualified Manufacturers List for Charpy V-notch Impact verification specimens.
The Charpy V-notch test continues to be the most utilized and accepted impact test in use in the industry, [7].
Although many potential reasons for the weld-line problem have been proposed such as poor intermolecular entanglement across the weld-line, molecular orientation induced by fountain flow, and the stress concentration effect of surface V-notch (1-7), a complete understanding has not yet been achieved.
Mark Diggins, the Glenmorebased co-ordinator of the Scottish Avalanche Information Centre, explained: "It's a V-notch so an avalanche is going to have consequences.
There's a whole selection for lounging, with a henley and long johns with padded elbows and knees, as well as some lounge shorts and a lounging crewneck T-shirt with great V-notch stitching at the neck.