form anchor

form anchor

A device used to secure form-work to previously placed concrete of adequate strength.
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The presence or absence of visible ice growth originating on the tissue was recorded as a gross measure of propensity to form anchor ice.
As noted in the Introduction, previous studies have demonstrated that supercooled water is sporadically present at McMurdo Station, although at temperatures above those needed to form anchor ice in the laboratory.
Some implants take two to six months for the bone and implant to bond together to form anchors.