design thickness

design thickness

[di′zīn ‚thik·nəs]
(design engineering)
The sum of required thickness and corrosion allowance utilized for individual parts of a boiler or pressure vessel.
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The overall height of the tallest package mounted on the PCB, often the PoP, becomes the major factor that dictates product design thickness.
many engineers have been reluctant to revise the current design thickness equations.
For example, a heavily trafficked, rural interstate highway built over a relatively weak subgrade might have a design thickness of 11.
Frozen wall was designed according to frozen powder sand strength for the corridor located in powder sand layer ,and a design thickness of 1.
Layers of composites am built up according to a specific design thickness, in this case 16mm to restore the pressure and structural integrity of the line.
When the thickness of any finite element of the preform is reduced further from the minimum uniform preform thickness, a blow-molded part is produced that has regions where part thicknesses are thinner than the minimum design thickness.
The actual design thickness can vary according to test results from soil samples.
The documented benefits of using asphalt rubber include reduced reflective cracking, traffic noise, design thickness, and life cycle costs, and increased fatigue life and resistance to rutting.
Resin-impregnated sheets of carbon fiber are then built up to a specified design thickness needed to restore full pressure containment.
For design thickness of ductile iron culvert pipe based on different types of laying conditions, see ANSI/ASTM A716.
Then it was drawn through calibrated squeeze rollers for assuring design thickness and uniform saturation.