Notching


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notching

[′näch·iŋ]
(electricity)
Term indicating that a predetermined number of separate impulses are required to complete operation of a relay.
(mechanical engineering)
Cutting out various shapes from the ends or edges of a workpiece.

Notching

In carpentry, a method of joining timbers by cutting notches at the ends of a piece, then overlapping the notched pieces to form a joint.

Notching

 

(in mining), the process of making a cut in a mineral (coal, rock salt, and so on). Supplementary free surfaces are notched in the seam to be worked to facilitate breaking-out. Until the early 20th century, notching was done mainly by hand by miners and was one of the most laborious processes; notching is now performed by cutting machines.

notching

notching
Joining of timbers, usually meeting or crossing at right angles, by cutting a notch in one or both pieces.
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Although the rate and frequency of infection may be inflated compared with what would be observed in wild lobsters, no difference was observed between notched and unnotched lobsters, suggesting that the exposure (i.e., damage) created by notching did not increase rate or frequency of infection compared with control lobsters.
Notching can be done with specialized notchers or a standard milling machine.
Since the rim joist is continuously supported by the walls or foundation it rests on, the strict notching and hole-boring rules don't apply.
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The notching uplift on the DPR debt includes the consideration that Vakifbank's LC IDR reflects state support due to its majority ownership by the General Directorate for Foundations, which is fully controlled and managed by the Turkish state (LC IDR: BB+).
The notching for loss severity reflects the notes' higher loss-severity risks compared with senior unsecured instruments due to the notes' subordinated status.
The notes' rating is also sensitive to a change in notching stemming from a Fitch reassessment of loss severity or non-performance risk.
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