wear tables

wear tables

[′wer ‚tā·bəlz]
(ordnance)
Tables indicating the decrease of muzzle velocity expected as the result of firing a certain number of equivalent rounds; although tubes may vary considerably from the wear rate indicated in such tables, the tables may be used to correct calibration data between periods of calibration.
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The database feeds pre-loaded wear tables and accurately calculates wear percentages.
Products include grinding balls and wear tables, diaphragms and linings for mills
Furthermore, individual and inter-populational differences in tooth hardness and feeding patterns interfere with the application of wear tables as a means of ageing older animals (Welsh, 1975; Levine, 1982; Coy et al.