deposition rate

deposition rate

[‚dep·ə′zish·ən ‚rāt]
(metallurgy)
The amount of welding material deposited per unit of time, expressed in pounds per hour.
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If payment is made in foreign currency exchange rate will be used NBR 4 days before the deadline for submission of tenders (eg deposition rate used 16 of 12 morning) proving that bidders are SMEs (L346 / 2004) can be gar side.
However, the slow deposition rate of atomic layer deposition could pose a challenge to the growth of this market.
The aim of this work is to produce silicon thin layers of different thicknesses and other same deposition conditions (such as: deposition angle, deposition rate, deposition temperature and vacuum condition), calculate optical constants by using kramers-kronig relations on reflectivity curves and investigated about changes of optical properties as a function of film thickness.
Weld Wizard provides fast, accurate information on the deposition rate and on the energy-per-unit-length derived from interpolated welding parameters.
Simulations for the multiphase systems can perform by commercial software and determine wax deposition rate, total wax content and wax thickness in whole pipeline.
High deposition rate with solid and flux cored wires for root, hot, filler and cap passes can be reached by this automatic MIG-MAG welding process.
a] (less than 2 nm), partially covered with heat-resistant laboratory adhesive tape, was put into the deposition chamber with the magnesium alloy samples to perform profilometric and thickness analysis and obtain the average deposition rate per single cycle of deposition.
When discharge plasma are involved the deposition rate is often low.
Following statistical analysis of the results obtained by measuring the parts produced by a CMM machine, the authors concluded that the deposition rate has the strongest influence, followed by the layer thickness.
It is more forgiving than gas metal arc welding and is more flexible and adaptable than submerged arc welding * Excellent weld appearance smooth and uniform welds, less liable to porosity * Relatively high travel speeds and considerably reduced spatter * Visible arc easy to weld * Excellent contour of horizontal fillet welds * FCAW welds a variety of steels over a wide thickness range * High deposition rate, high current density.