lower plate

lower plate

[′lō·ər ‚plāt]
(geology)
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The fully hydraulic clamping unit with a fixed lower plate has, for example, made it significantly easier to automate the insertion and removal process of profiles with comer molding.
A drive motor then rotated the upper disk, shearing the specimen with respect to the lower plate.
In 2007, Coral drilled 2 deep holes of the Gold Ridge Property and encountered lower plate Carlin type formation with anomalous gold intercepts.
Meanwhile, in the lower Plate Division, Al Tadhamon extended their 100 per cent win record to three matches with a tough 25-23 win over Um Al Hassam.
For observation of the characteristics of heat transfer in case of forced convection, we used a channel, in which the lower plate had triangular protrusions (Fig.
At t > 0, the fluid is driven by a constant pressure gradient parallel to the plate and in addition the lower plate performs non-torsional oscillations in its own plane.
in lower plate carbonates and are considered to have not been adequately tested
Individual shellfish (such as crab, lobster, langoustine or crayfish) are placed on the lower plate of the unit which rests in a shallow bath of brine and the lid is closed.
In particular, the polarity of subduction determines whether an arc develops in the upper or lower plate, which can dominate the thermal structure.
As the lower plate moves deeper, it encounters pressure and that squeezing sometimes results in earthquakes like this one, Norris said.
At this phase of the design it is a series of holes spaced 45 degrees apart around a circle, with a mating hole in the lower plate and a locking pin attached to a 16-in.