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voids

1. In cement paste, mortar, or concrete, the air spaces between and within pieces of aggregate.
2. Volumes of air not occupied by the solid material of a soil; voids usually are partially filled with air and water.
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Void reduction is a critical challenge in electronics assembly, especially for bottom terminated components (BTC) such as QFNs (quad flatpacks no-leads).
For the second phase of the project, Unistress wanted to reduce time, labor and waste by eliminating the use of the disposable materials behind the 35,000-plus voids in the phase one slab casting.
Despite a marked increase in tenant demand and a reduction in supply as 'reluctant landlords' are able to sell up, there is still only a slight improvement in rental voids.
FE mesh in the small depth voids volume is finer and had different material properties than others elements.
Eligibility criteria for the OAB cohort included 3 or more months of symptoms, eight or more voids in a typical 24 hours, and two or more nocturia episodes per night.
Two primary types of voiding can be present: process or "bulk" voids and interfacial voids.
Voids and sinks are signs of internal stress and are warning signs that the part may not perform as required.
Things like holes or voids may be formed during the manufacturing of the rubber products in the forming process, in a coating process or in a sealing process.
Each ridge has a plurality of outwardly facing yarn loops and a number of generally parallel voids.
And until voids are eradicated from the face of the earth, or at the least, from our circuit boards, we will talk about them.
This voids the check and changes your bank balance since that date (not recommended if the check was written in a previous month).