complete fusion

complete fusion

[kəm′plēt ′fyü·zhən]
(metallurgy)
Fusion which has occurred over all surfaces of the base metal exposed for welding.

complete fusion

In welding, fusion that has occurred over the entire base-metal surfaces exposed for welding and between all layers and passes.
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"A parliamentary form of government should be viewed as consistent with the policy of local autonomy which, although encourages a closer relationship and more avenues for blending of powers between the executive and the legislative branches, does not actually sanction a complete fusion that would be tantamount to a violation of the constitutional parameters," he pointed out.
He added that the BOL does not violate the separation of powers because 'a parliamentary form of government should be viewed as consistent with the policy of local autonomy which, although encourages a closer relationship and more avenues for blending of powers between the executive and the legislative branches, does not actually sanction a complete fusion that would be tantamount to a violation of the constitutional parameters.'
Calixte launched his new career in 2006 and in 2012 started his company, Complete Fusion Welding LLC, which provides full-service structural steel and miscellaneous steel welding services.
After 2 months of regular visits, an examination by her primary care physician revealed a complete fusion of the labia.
The lifting of the lamellar epithelium was observed in all the gills analyzed (100%), followed by lamellar epithelium hyperplasia (96.9%), excessive proliferation of the filament epithelium cells causing complete fusion of various lamellae (82%) and vascular congestion (60%).
These allow a complete fusion of the powder by means of laser radiation to a finished "ready to use" component.
The study also estimated the percent (%) similarity and the mean evolutionary distance between the complete fusion gene of the study sample and representative viruses of genotypes V and II.
Lateral mass shows complete fusion on right side while on the left it shows incomplete fusion.
It is differentiated from pathologic Ankyloblepharon which is reported to occur in pups which is characterized by failure of the eyelids to separate even after 10-14 days and in which there is complete fusion of eyelids (Basher, 2003).
Yet, it may take a longer time to achieve complete fusion compared with iliac crest bone graft (ICBG).
As a general trend, larger specimens showed more advanced PM-MX closure but complete fusion was rarely achieved in remaining sutures (Fig.
This consisted of: complete wet plant design support, engineering, installation and sales; five pumping systems with a support structure for each system; approximately 8,000 linear feet of HDPE pipe ranging from two- to 18-inches; complete fusion and installation services; slurry system measuring components; and a commissioning of the system.