clay plug

clay plug

[¦klā ¦pləg]
(geology)
Sediment, with a great deal of organic muck, deposited in a cutoff river meander.
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filter and clay plug, construction of embankment etc.
The projectile consisted of a 525-grain lead bullet, whose hollow point was filled with a wooden plug while a clay plug in the hollow base insured expansion to grip the rifling.
i] are the volumes of the reservoirs; A is the cross-sectional area of the clay plug, and d is the thickness of the clay plug.
The evaluation of the diffusion coefficients includes sampling of both sides of the clay plug.
Its 480-grain hollow based bullet had a hollow point that was filled with a wooden plug, while a clay plug in the hollow base assured that the bullet expanded upon firing to engage the rifling.
Its 480-grain hollow-based bullet had a hollow point that was filled with a wooden plug, while a clay plug in the hollow base assured that the bullet expanded upon firing to engage the rifling.
Its 480-grain hollow-based bullet had a hollow point that was filled with a wooden plug while a clay plug in the hollow base assured that the bullet expanded upon firing to engage the rifling.
Its 525-grain hollow based bullet had a hollow point that was filled with a wooden plug, while a clay plug in the hollow base assured that the bullet expanded upon firing to engage the rifling.
Its 525-grain hollow-based bullet had a hollow point which was filled with a wooden plug while a clay plug in the hollow base assured that the bullet expanded upon firing to engage the rifling.
I had to pull them out a couple of times during the process to dig out the clay plugs.
The clay plugs in the hollow skirts are clearly visible.