abrasion mark

abrasion mark

[ə′brā·zhən ‚märk]
(graphic arts)
A very fine mark on a print or film surface that does not penetrate to the base.
A defect occurring in a print or a film as a result of moving contact with another surface.
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Dr Chandroth, 35, who is the 11th witness of the inquest proceedings to investigate the cause of death of the student also said there was a parchmented ligature abrasion mark around the neck.
While the examination on the cross sections of the specimens from STL method showed typical features of torsional failure, such as circular abrasion marks and fatigue dimples at the center of rotation, the RTL method showed ruptured aspects with multiple levels of fracture surfaces and gross catastrophic features without any circular abrasion marks (Figure 1).
While the STL method showed typical features of torsional failure, those that were published in many of previous literatures, including circular abrasion marks and fibrous dimples in the center of this circle, the RTL method showed catastrophic aspects with ruptured surfaces at the cross section as well as the lateral area.
"We have received post mortem report today which indicates death due to ante mortem hanging and the injury and abrasion marks found on the right side of the body can also be due to hanging, the report said," Satyendra Singh, deputy commissioner of police, told media.
(batch to batch) Product defects caused by abrasion marks during the processing in jets.
Examination of the main rotor blades revealed leading-edge gouges, with abrasion marks consistent in appearance with the severed static line.
where M, R, F, [alpha], and b in equations (1) and (2) are friction moments, the radius of the counterpart wear ring, the applied load, the contact angle, and the width of abrasion marks, respectively.