heat time

heat time

[′hēt ‚tīm]
(metallurgy)
Duration of a single current impulse in pulsation welding.
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Then their heat went well and in the final the next day they had a great race that shaved a lot of time off their heat time.
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.
The Atlantis dryer has a Dryel option button and time setting that provide the proper cycle length, including heat time and cool down, and the ideal cycling temperature for the use of Dryel as recommended by Procter & Gamble.
Electrode Consumption - The improved control capability of the IAF results in a more stable arc, which - combined with such factors as reduced heat time - reduces electrode consumption.
Lemon Angel clocked the fastest heat time when bouncing out and making all, but this 685-metre course is for true stayers and none stay better than Jim Little's JUNO THE BOYS (T5).
Sprint specialist Barry Murphy also had a great day in the pool, advancing out of his heats this morning in the 50m breaststroke, then going on to better his heat time in the semi-final to qualify for today's final in a time of 27.
Early on it looked like Kenni Larsen may be in pole for the Diamonds' first heat winner of the night, but the young whizz-kid, Darcy Ward blew his heat one challenge into the dust with the fastest heat time of the season so far.
Despite improving on his heat time in the final with a great swim of 4min 32.
Scotland's Graeme Smith took the bronze medal, but there was disappointment for rising Welsh star David Davies who failed to make the final after finishing 11th overall with a heat time of 3:56.
Due to such a short heat time, only a small mass of metal is heated, and the heat-affected zone is minimized.