metal screen

metal screen

[′med·əl ′skrēn]
(graphic arts)
An intensifying screen consisting of a metal which emits secondary electrons and x-rays when bombarded by x-rays.
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I thought it was a pretty interesting recladding a metal screen wrapped around the existing building, he explained.
In our earlier publication, we presented a novel electrostatics-based DPM collector concept [18], where exhaust particles are electrically charged and then captured onto a series of metal screen pairs by the action of electrostatic forces.
The strength at the beginning of the third layer and the end of it (on the metal screen of the cable) is the same in magnitude but opposite in sign: the tension on the surface of the screen is taken negative, in contrast to the tension on the surface of the semiconductive screen by wire, which is assumed to be positive.
Stairwell with Paramount mountain stylised metal screen and outside view
While unattended, Tyron kicked out the metal screen separating the front and back seats, slid through the opening and drove away.
Always keep a glass or metal screen in front of the fireplace to keep harmful and flammable materials in and out.
My homemade compost bin is 18 inches wide by 36 inches long, and it has a removable metal screen on top to deter mice and flies.
Located on the edge of the district along 1-195, it has two facades--one designed by Iwamoto Scott Architects, another by the firm Leong & Leong--connected by a metal screen devised by the artist John Baldessari.
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It has a think rubber sole, which gives it traction on almost any imaginable surface, a metal screen covers the two tweeters and two woofers, and it has a rigid rubber top.
Supplies You'll Need: A few round, glass jars in varying sizes and widths, a sheet of metal screen as shown above (found at most hardware stores), wire cutters, yarn, scissors, gloves.
The most magnificent is that of Henry VII--the first of the Tudors, who defeated Richard III at Bosworth--set in the centre of the glorious Perpendicular Gothic chapel that bears his name, surrounded by a metal screen and bearing gilt bronze effigies of the king and his queen modelled by the Italian sculptor Pietro Torrigiano (1472-1528).