clamping time

clamping time

The period of time a glued joint must be tightly held during curing.
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The clamping time is < 100ps theoretical for unidirectional and 5ns for bidirectional.
You cannot rake it off the second stage, screw recovery time, cooling, or clamping time.
We decided to use a 180-minute WIT to make sure that the blinded veterinary pathologist would find massive necrosis and compare these findings to the other clamping time.
Recently, Humphreys and colleagues studied laparoscopic renal ischemia time in a 2-kidney porcine model, but histologic analysis did not show any significant differences between experimental groups with 30 to 120 minutes clamping time.
Aortic clamping during elective operations for infrarenal disease: The influence of clamping time on renal function.
Dong-Hyuk Park, the relationship between cord clamping time and the transfer of stem cells needs to be understood through the early weeks of the perinatal period and the process of 'hematopoiesis,' the formation of blood cells that begins as early as two weeks into pregnancy.
Although longer aortic clamping time increased the risk of cardiovascular events, the protective effect of MC-1 was independent of ischemic time during CABG.
This is true to a lesser degree for estimation of left ventricular ejection fraction, left ventricular hypertrophy, and cross clamping time.
The length of clamping time is still primarily a function of the glue," Uhling explains, saying some glues cure in only a minute while others take 20 minutes or more.
Concentric positioning and clamping offer a way to shorten loading and clamping time and provide an important advantage over manual centering in the repeatability that is possible.
A stopwatch analysis of older injection machine cycles reveals that the clamping time is typically two seconds to open and two seconds to close on the mechanical type press, and somewhat longer on the full hydraulic unit.
But the workpiece damage can't occur in clamping times.