longitudinal direction

longitudinal direction

[‚län·jə′tüd·ən·əl di′rek·shən]
(metallurgy)
The principal direction of flow in a plastically deformed metal.
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This film must retain an elongation capability in the longitudinal direction of at least 310% so that a force of less than 6 N is required to stretch the film by 75% in the longitudinal direction.
Under a predetermined extension of 1% in the longitudinal direction of the reinforcements, each bracing ply has a tension of <17,500 N per dm of width, and the bracing bandage as a whole has a tension of >2,000 N per dm of width.
Wood is substantially stiffer in the longitudinal direction than in the other two directions.
cycle time provides extremely high productivity (YP220BX under operating conditions of 50 mm in vertical direction, 150 mm in longitudinal direction, 50 in arch volume, and 1 Kg load).
Xe spins are also polarized in the longitudinal direction.
The alternating current creates an expanding and collapsing magnetic field in a longitudinal direction across the coil windings.
Biaxial orientation can be accomplished by using the mold to pull on the tube in the longitudinal direction.
FG-200) Hard facing electrode: Make :wear tech 56 (Inside the Multiple port out let complete in longitudinal direction of coal air mixture flow direction of 5 times overlapping)
The reinforcement panel is comprised of a purality of reinforcement fibers that are preferably arranged parallel to one another and aligned with the longitudinal direction of the panel, and accordingly the wood structure.
This blanket, which is flexible in the longitudinal direction but relatively stiff transversely, provides a surface against which the foam rises.

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