joint penetration

joint penetration

[′jȯint ‚pen·ə′trā·shən]
(metallurgy)
The distance extended into a weld joint by the weld metal or fusion zone.
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"Medtronic Kanghui's VariLoc Locking Clavicle Plate enables surgeons to insert a screw at the best angle for the most optimal purchase in smaller bone fragments, which minimizes the risk of joint penetration. Low-profile plates are designed specifically for the clavicles, and more plates of diverse shapes and sizes are available for our choice, to satisfy patients with different anatomy," said Dr.
Figure 3 shows equal values for full joint penetration. The cross section areas differed by 2.6%; the peak temperatures and the temperatures to which the temperature field converged at a time of 10 s had differences of 1.8% and 5.6% of the experimental values, respectively.
investments in Taiwan for joint penetration of the mainland Chinese market.
Infrared Sensing and Computer image processing techniques can be used as a feasible method to improve the welding process through dynamic control of joint penetration parameters.
The result is acceptable solder joint penetration with minimal bridges.
The weld systems are all qualified and certified to meet the American Welding Society (AWS) D1.1 complete joint penetration weld standards.
High-weld joint penetration, fitting type and arrangements can cause geometry and MFL tools to become stuck, but chemicals such as ammonia can as well.
The program comes with standard library formulations for single- and double-sided fillet and partial joint penetration welds.

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