overcut


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overcut

[′ō·vər‚kət]
(mining engineering)
A machine cut made along the top or near the top of a coal seam; sometimes used in a thick seam or a seam with sticky coal.
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polarity, tool electrode material, peak current, pulse on time, duty cycle and gap voltage on the overcut was analyzed using analysis of variance.
Burnett, who badly overcut a black in the 12th frame which would have made it 8-4, said: "On the black, I said to myself, 'I need to get this, I need to get this' in case people start talking.
Earlier, after Hendry broke down on 112 in his own attempt, Ebdon had overcut a thin final black in his own pursuit of a share of O'Sullivan's winnings.
6 million process upgrade that has allowed the mill to reduce the extent of this overcut and better match lumber produced to market conditions.
So we won't overcut to different cameras and try to make it closer to how the eyeball actually watches the activity.
As we overcut, overplow, overpump, overgraze, and overfish, we are consuming not only the interest from our natural endowment, we are devouting the endowment itself.
You have a tendency to undercut in preference to overcut, which in an actors' piece, it's actually an advantage.
By the mid 19th century, the Bolivian cinchona and calisaya forests were overcut and poorly managed, and malaria remained a major, untreated scourge in India, Africa, and what is now Indonesia.
3 Shaft and mechanised overcut and benching has been introduced, using a Tamrock Solo, which Robin Mills says is "looking good.
The amount of overcut will vary according to the amount of current, lon times, type of electrode and workpiece material.
Qualifying logging contractors also may purchase overcut coverage.
Bars constantly overcut, but the next day, that fruit is mush.