abrasiveness


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abrasiveness

[ə′brās·əv·nəs]
(materials)
The property of a material causing wear of a surface by friction.
The quality or characteristic of being able to scratch, abrade, or wear away another material.
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It is for this reason that it is critical to attain optimal conditioning of the emery paper, not only to achieve a level of abrasiveness that allows valid test data to be generated, but also to provide a proper correction factor for final result calculations.
It may be possible to use crush (score) slitters successfully if the material has low values in caliper, density, stiffness, and tensile; and high values in elongation, abrasiveness, and compressibility.
Leaning back in his chair, hands resting in his lap, Grace seems relaxed, but his blue eyes remain alert, his tone forceful and direct, perhaps poised on the brink of indignation, even abrasiveness.
Also, the product's unique surface topography - a result of its custom cryogenic manufacturing - contributes to its abrasiveness, helping to reduce line-cleaning time.
We had none of the abrasiveness we had against Munster in the semi-finals.
Svetlana" takes a sneak peek into the daily workings of our leading lady's little "empire," which include, not only off-kilter clients and workplace fiascoes but family dynamics typical of any household in America such as sibling rivalry, teen angst, marital tensions and the challenges involved in juggling both a successful business and motherhood - which Svetlana handles with charming Russian abrasiveness and wit.
Badly missing the other Best's abrasiveness in the tackle, Leinster were allowed to go through the phases after Jackman crashed through several challenges and, at the end of it, Healy was allowed to dance over for the opening try.
In the present article, we have given calculation of measurement uncertainty for abrasion loss by volume of cured rubber sample, the volume loss of a defined test piece, determined by sliding the test piece under specified conditions over the surface of an abrasive sheet of nominal abrasiveness mounted to a rotating drum of specified dimensions.
One of the outstanding performances in Part 1 is from John Douglas Thompson, a black bullet-headed Hotspur who seems to blend the abrasiveness of the hood with Northern English bloody mindedness to compelling and exilharating effect.
Much was expected of Tuilagi upon his arrival at the capital city club, having been recruited to add some much needed midfield abrasiveness.
These innovative hybrid coated products combine abrasiveness at any desired level with absorbency and many other special finishes.
As filler levels and abrasiveness increase, compounders are chewing through pelletizer knives and dies at an ever-growing clip.