Incrustation


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Incrustation

The covering of wall surfaces with some precious material, such as tile or jewels.

Incrustation

 

a crust (in the form of mounds) on the surface of the refractory linings of shaft and tube metallurgical furnaces; it usually forms as a result of certain deviations from standard in the smelting process (low quality of raw materials, uneven run of furnace, and so on). Incrustation should be distinguished from slag lining, which is intentionally created on the interior (working) surface of certain metallurgical units during the smelting process.

incrustation

1. The deposition of materials on the interior of pipes, vessels, or equipment from chemicals in the conveyed liquid.
2. A decorative skin or coating of rich materials applied over commoner construction.
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Octahedral pyrite (Fe[S.sub.2]) (Figure 6(c)) was the most abundant mineral in the sulfur incrustations after sulfur itself (Figures 3 and 6(a)) and opal (Figure 6(b)).
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In fact, these statues are not perfect, as incrustations of mud sully the stone.
The pots also have carbon incrustations of food debris, which help researchers to gain knowledge as to what kind of foods were consumed by the villagers.
Every time the incrustations of an overly established Christianity have been broken open, the faith has spread--and been spread--dramatically into new geographic and demographic areas, thereby increasing exponentially the range and depth of Christianity's reach as a result of its time of unease and distress.
* Incrustations: The incrustations, in addition to making the adhesion of solid particles easier, can damage the stainless steel "strips" in the jet.
In general, helming and scribing seem to be pulling in different directions, Monahan's subtlety with actors and their immediate surroundings not particularly enhanced by Smith's chronological incrustations.
Massive incrustations had reduced the effective pipe cross-section to an absolute minimum.