heat time

heat time

[′hēt ‚tīm]
(metallurgy)
Duration of a single current impulse in pulsation welding.
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In the final she improved her heat time by a further 0.
Storey was in contention for the Olympic team pursuit squad until last December and her heat time of three minutes, 32.
Ledecky was uncatchable as she thrashed the field by an astonishing four seconds, and her own heat time by nine seconds.
World champion Elizabeth Beisel started as favourite for the final as she clocked the fastest heat time.
Adlington's heat time was the slowest among all qualifiers, which may be a cause for concern for Team GB fans.
5 seconds off her heat time, but it was the 400 IM her main event where she excelled by knocking six seconds off her personal best to finish second claiming her first ever senior international medal and a prize of $1000.
The British team met New Zealand in the final of the three-man, three-lap event, bettering their heat time to clock 43.
A PLC controls the heat time, power level, and conveyor movement to synchronize with the press operation.
Gareth Sykes, swimming in his home pool, stole the limelight from American-based internationals by producing the fastest heat time in the men's 20O metres individual medley.
Clubmate Lauren Ambrose was placed eighth in the final of the under-20 60 metres hurdles after qualifying with a heat time of 9.
He powered his way through the field and beat his heat time to take a stunning victory with a time of 56.
A noticeable advantage of SHarP-C technology is short heat time, typically in the range of 1.