felt side

felt side

[′felt ‚sīd]
(materials)
The upper side of a sheet of paper which was not in contact with the wire in a papermaking machine.
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A further 16 per cent have felt side effects behind the wheel.
Complemented by grey felt side chests, the room also features ample storage space within its mirrored fitted wardrobe.
MONTROSE boss Steven Tweed felt side were unlucky not to get the win that would have seen them leapfrog Berwick in the table.
The difference in speck count and area between the screen and felt side is determined.
felt side structure and composition so that they are more alike.
The interpretation of the data is that paper A has more oriented fibers on the wire side, while paper B has more oriented fibers on the felt side.
Curl is the effect of differential change in two halves of the sheet for MD and CD curl, while diagonal curl is an effect of differential fiber orientation angle between the wire side (WS) and felt side (FS).
Conversely, there is higher dimensional change in the MD on the felt side, and we get a CD-axis curl with higher contraction of the felt side or higher expansion of the wire side.
The result was quite possibly the largest administration of an experimental drug without informed consent in American history; soldiers had to take the drugs under threat of court martial (although, because it was self-administered, congressional investigators estimate that a third of the troops in the Gulf did not take PB, or stopped taking it when they felt side effects).
Shark fin: An upward-curled felt side lap or end lap.
I have felt side mirrors brush me more times than I care to think about.