equivalent thickness

equivalent thickness

In a hollow masonry unit, the thickness which the hollow masonry unit would have if it had no voids but had the same mass.
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Further, by introducing the concept of the equivalent thickness of the vitrified layer, a transcription model related to the minute groove width was proposed.
Due to very low permeability [[micro].sub.s] for permanent magnet material, the equivalent thickness of a non-magnetic gap between the armature and magnetic cores of the inductor is relatively large.
[1-4] Eliasson, Haasken [5] (1979) established a comparison standard for radiopacity studies in which the optical radiographic densities of several impression materials were measured and the values expressed as an equivalent thickness of aluminum capable of producing similar radiographic density.
The thickness is corrected for every new involved longitudinal, which volume is smeared out to give the equivalent thickness [t.sub.eq].
For case-A, we get the ACPW on the single layer substrate with finite equivalent thickness [h.sub.eq] = [h.sub.1] + [h.sub.2], i.e., a sum of substrate thicknesses between the strip conductor and bottom ground conductor.
* Equivalent thickness (required thickness) is calculated to achieve the target R-value.
Using the above description of the equivalent thickness of the vitrified layer, it is possible to estimate the extent of transcription from Eq 1.
* a shear zone of equivalent thickness in which spherulites of increasing sizes are observed,
For similitude, between the two pieces a model of yarns with an equivalent thickness has been set.
4), the rough coatings were not more insulating than equivalent thickness sprayed coatings because of the denser ceramic shell that brush application produces.
According to Nova, this combination of properties produces parts with stiffer, stronger walls of equivalent thickness or thinner walls with equivalent strength.

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