inner core


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inner core

[¦in·ər ′kȯr]
(geology)
The central part of the earth's core, extending from a depth of 3160 miles (5100 kilometers) to the center of the earth. Also known as siderosphere.
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The yellow outer polypropylene skin, marked with brown stripes to indicate multi-layers, protects the white inner core pipe from damage during transit, handling and installation.
The grips' inner core is made with standard PVC material and then covered with soft foam.
Some people test it using a wood or plastic standard, but a part of its strength comes from the skin layer, and a part comes from the outer structure, and then there is an inner core that is foamed or blown," says Malcolm G.
000 90 GSM milk white bond paper rolls to suit HP T1100 size 36"x5Ometers Critical parameter : The rolls tapped to full length, the inner core dia is 3"x36" length, the core thick 5mm.
The following is a portion of the examiner's statement of reasons for allowance: "This invention deals with a core for an electrical conductor comprising: - an inner core component comprising a plurality of glass based stranded members in a first resin matrix; - an intermediate cladding component surrounding the inner core component and comprising a plurality of carbon stranded members in a second resin matrix; and - an outer cladding component surrounding the intermediate cladding component and comprising a plurality of glass based stranded members in a third resin matrix, wherein the first resin matrix and the second resin matrix are substantially independent of each other and meet at a boundary (claim 1).
Benefits include increased leg and lower back strength; improved circulation in the legs and feet; better posture, balance, and inner core strength; and more toned lower extremities.
He and Ashtiani have developed a flexible cable consisting of an inner core of liquid-crystal-polymer strands in an outer sheath.
Harold Willett, president of Natural Fibers of Louisiana, another kenaf processor, worked for the USDA in the 1980s, after which he designed a facility in Jeanerette, Louisiana, which separates kenaf's outer bast from the inner core.
The inner core of a vortex in the giver-groove, indicated by dotted lines, at the beginning of the transfer-section ends up being the outermost layer of the vortex at the end of the taker-groove.
The Earth's inner core, made up of solid iron, "superrotates" in an eastward direction - meaning it spins faster than the rest of the planet - while the outer core, comprising mainly molten iron, spins westwards at a slower pace.
They have an inner core, the medulla, and an outer skin, the cortex.