c] is the critical voltage in kV, H is the distance between the tip of the capillary needle and the collecting mandrel
in cm, L is the length of the capillary needle in cm, R is the radius of the flow channel in cm, and [gamma] is the surface tension of the fluid in dynes [cm.
Using immovable cooled mandrels
the ingots are produced with cavities of even bigger diameter.
With the CRC-Evans Pneumatic self-centering, wedge-type mandrel
, no time was wasted.
are split at the stabilizer centerline to facilitate extraction after molding.
The thick-walled hollow body, with a cylindrical mandrel
inside it, is guided towards the pilger rolls.
The technology--the vacuum-steam-vacuum (VSV) process--involves using equipment that includes a mandrel
to apply vacuum and steam to a product.
The major component was the gearmotor supporting the mandrel
In this investigation, a number of composites were fabricated using different mandrel
materials that served as moisture sources for carbamate formation during the cure process.
A line of medical-grade, precision polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE)coated stainless steel or nitinol-forming mandrels
used to make stent delivery systems is available from Applied Plastics Co.
BEX's largest hybrid die so far is for 800-mm, four-layer pipe, using its special VSI spiral-mandrel
/lattice-basket die for the HMW-PE core and three spiral mandrels
for layers of PP coatings.
Boeing is adapting the technique to produce fuselage sections on specially designed mandrels
assembled with slats of Invar, an iron-nickel alloy with low thermal-distortion properties that maintains profile tolerances to thousandths of an inch.
CRC-Evans was named to provide pipe bending machines with sets and mandrels
from Larsen & Troubo, Gammon and Essar companies.