required thickness

required thickness

[ri′kwīrd ′thik·nəs]
(design engineering)
The thickness calculated by recognized formulas for boiler or pressure vessel construction before corrosion allowance is added.
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Premix Carpet : Spreading Pre Mix Stone Aggregate Of 10 Mm Size To A Required Thickness .
This would then normally determine the required thickness of the attenuation layer.
In addition, the researchers looked for a simple and repeatable synthesis method that enables easier control on the required thickness.
For PU, thermal bridging effect was taken into account while calculating required thickness to achieve target R-value.
Thermo-Lag E100 offers high film build and fast recoat properties allowing applicators to apply the entire required thickness in minimal time.
The Styrofoam is shipped from different locations, depending on the required thickness.
With this approach, the required thickness of the metal layers can be reduced, which lowers the metal costs.
Two layers of HS6-5-2 were deposited in order to achieve the required thickness (Figure 5, middle image).
One way to solve the problem of obtaining elastic porous coatings of required thickness is application of polymer composites (Barinov & Komlev, 2005) consisting of at least two phases: 1) organic phase in the form of bioinert poly-mer bonding agent possessing elasticity, adhesion, bioinertness and ability for sterilization; 2) inorganic phase in the form of bioactive filling consisting of fine-dispersed calcium-phosphate powders of differ-ent chemical composition which stimulate biological processes of osteoinduction and osteoconduction (Shutov, 2009).
Inspar reviewed all design factors and data in calculating the required thickness of the liner.
She uses a stoneware and kaolin slip, which is poured into the plaster mould and after 14 minutes have elapsed and the required thickness of the pot has been achieved, the surplus slip is drained off, sieved and put back into the slip dustbin.
This document addresses many specifications for a chamber such as the required thickness of the acrylic window and minimum pressures it must withstand which are much higher than what we would currently use for therapy.