arc time

arc time

[′ärk ‚tīm]
(metallurgy)
The time interval during which an arc is maintained in the making of an arc weld.
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The French authorities managed to record the Arc time accurately this year, writes James Willoughby.
I'm sure normal service, whatever that is, will be resumed come Arc time.
A range of pre-engineering Archon software can be used to develop and refine arc-welding procedures, monitor arc time, prevent overwelding, control gas and filler-material consumption, store information, produce control charts, correlate data points, and produce documentation.
Despite ground that produced a course record in the Prix de l'Opera, the Arc time was about seven seconds slower than Pein-tre Celebre's record time of 1997.
And then there is a High Court action, due to start just around Arc time, in which Towcester chairman Lord Hesketh accuses the Racecourse Association of failing to properly investigate allegations against Racecourse Holdings Trust during the period of negotiation that led to the formation of Attheraces.
When aircraft sit lined up in a hangar, there arc times when there is no room to maneuver with a towbar and tug to remove the aircraft.
Yet there arc times when the model of the ivory tower works best, as in confronting a contemporary-art figure like Wolfgang Tillmans.