crosshead


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crosshead

[′krȯs‚hed]
(mechanical engineering)
A block sliding between guides and containing a wrist pin for the conversion of reciprocating to rotary motion, as in an engine or compressor.
(metallurgy)
A device generally employed in wire coating which is attached to the discharge end of the extruder cylinder; designed to facilitate extruding material at an angle.
(mining engineering)
A runner or guide positioned just above a sinking bucket to restrict excessive swinging.
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Figure 2b suggests that crosshead speed used in the loading phase had little influence on the maximum strain generated at the end of the stress relaxation phase.
Our new line of adjustable header kits fits that bill by being both beautiful and incredibly flexible to install, creating a custom look for a fraction of the time and cost of installing custom or special order crossheads.
Engineering services using CAD systems provide custom-designed extrusion tooling products, including crossheads, tips, clamps, flanges, forming rolls, spiderless inline dies, dies, swing gates, breaker plates, special equipment and sizing dies.
The crosshead design consists of a caged or screened in crosshead, a guiding device that prevents a shaft bucket from swaying as it is being lowered into the shaft, protecting workers by ensuring that everyone travelling in the bucket is totally enclosed.
1], which can be generated on a notch-free specimen with a gauge length of 20 mm using a crosshead speed around 0.
The effect of the crosshead speed on the force self-oscillation was found using an Instron universal tensile test machine, with the crosshead speed varied from 0.
Improvements over previous models include a minimum crosshead weight of just 1.
MTESTWindows includes inputs for load, crosshead position and axial strain with options for a transverse strain channel and servo control.
It consists of the following components - Stiff load frame with hydraulic adjustable and hydraulically clampable crosshead (continuously), platen and accessories,- Servo-hydraulic test cylinder (hydrostatic bearing) with min.
Crosshead extrusion is the typical means of coating plastics on relatively small substrates such as wire.
It also has the advantage that it can use crosshead force and displacement data from a standard tensile tester.
The adjustable Maillefer line includes a three-layer crosshead for multilayer tubing applications, while a corrugator enables production of flexible, corrugated monolayer or multilayer tubes for piping applications, predominantly for the automotive and industrial sectors.