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alm

[älm]
(ecology)
A meadow in alpine or subalpine mountain regions.

ALM

On drawings, abbr. for “alarm.”

ALM

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The field didn't reach its capacity of 24, so Almen was invited as the 21st and final competitor based on her clearance at 5-9 1/4 last month during a meet at Oregon State.
IT'S NOT AL OVER YET: Almen Abdi (left) celebrates with Troy Deeney after giving Watford an 86th-minute lead
We tested as-received Almen strip (1480 MPa), additionally tempered strip (1100 MPa) and as-cast maraging steel strips (1000 MPa ) using both the DFT and SSI methods.
Outgoing chairman Bill Almen with his successor, Jenny Hooper, appointed at the branch's annual meeting held at Twycross Zoo.
John Von Almen officiated after some initial hesitation.
Specific results revealed the ability to nondestructively measure compressive residual surface stress induced by shot peening at any Almen intensity; quantify the relaxation of this surface residual stress due to thermo-mechanical effects; and quantify subsurface operational fatigue damage effects in single crystal alloys resulting from thermo-mechanical damage effects.
Mike Almen devised a metal plate fitted with curved fins and bolted to the inside of the landing gear tires.
The machine uses glass beads within the 100 to 800 micron size range and peening intensity varies between Almen 7N and 11N, according to the particular component and specification.
Intensity--This control point is gaged by Almen strips of which there are three types: N, A and C.
Tenders are invited for Almen C Strips Carbon Steel Grade 75C6 Material To Is 1570 Part -Ii To Its Latest Revision Or Sae 1070 Or En 42C Hardness 44-50 Rc, Dimensions As Per Specification To Rwf/M/Specn-1/013/1987 Alt I.
Almen Abdi got an early opener as Watford dumped Reading 4-1 to go into second place.