Tempering back the receiver, adjusting the spread of the guide rails, and retempering
to the original hardness would have been the technically correct remedy but that would likely have required refinishing and may have affected the appearance and readability of the etched serial number.
Mitchell, "Discussion of concrete retempering studies by Hawkins M.
Ravina, "Retempering of prolonged-mixed concrete with admixtures in hot weather," ACI Journal Proceedings, vol.
If the chocolate becomes too thick, adjustments can be made to the machine, such as increasing the working temperature, adding fresh chocolate at 120[degrees]F (49[degrees]C), or decrystallizing and retempering
It was, the researchers said, due to myriad factors, all of which had to do with the plasterers' application techniques--from hard troweling to retempering
to calcium chloride misuse.
Thus any reconditioning of old blades probably involved reheating and rehammering at the forge, requenching, retempering
, and regrinding to make a somewhat smaller blade from the remnant of an older blade.
Except from additions of bentonite and water, and retempering
after each turn, the pile was maintained as originally established during the eight months.
This can be resolved by retempering
to the right temperature.
Pourkhorshidi, "Effects of retempering
methods on the compressive strength and water permeability of concrete," Scientia Iranica, vol.