joint plane

joint plane

[′jȯint ‚plān]
(geology)
The surface of fracturing or potential fracture of a joint.
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Tenders are invited for Tooling package for joint plane machining of i.
Hydraulic continuity problems--If persistent and open discontinuities intersect the proposed bore path, then the possibility of a "frac-out" along a discrete joint plane cannot be ruled-out.
Qty: 1 No 4)Emerg Gover Testing Cock Qty: 1 No 5)Levers Of Hpc Side Valve Qty: 2 No 6)Levers Of Ipc Side Valves Qty: 2 No 7)Control Valve Servomotor Qty: 1 No 8)Tubrine Shut Down Switch Qty: 1 No 9)Lp Casing Joint Plane Sealing Qty: 1 No
The electromagnetic process is able to successfully weld highly filled thermoplastic materials, very large parts, three-dimensional joint planes and difficult-to-weld materials such as polyolefins.
This condition is well met in the Coa Valley where the panels on which the art was engraved are created by slabbing along joint planes in schist spaced at approximately 1.

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