lower plate

lower plate

[′lō·ər ‚plāt]
(geology)
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"The pipe running from the lower part of the balloon runs into this cylindrical receptacle through the lower plate; it penetrates the latter and then takes the form of a helicoidal or screw-shaped spiral, the rings of which, rising one over the other, occupy nearly the whole of the height of the tank.
"First, remove the lower plate rack and - referring to your manual - remove manual appliance as products your and your the drain and clean it in the sink with a toothbrush to remove any grains or trapped food.
"First, remove the lower plate rack and - referring to your manual - remove the drain and clean it in the sink with a toothbrush to remove any grains or trapped food.
The radiation heat transfer coefficient between the upper plate and the lower plate is given by the following relationship:
The tested system consisted of two 1000 x 1000 mm elements fabricated of Armox 500T armour plates with the following respective thicknesses: 6 mm for the lower plate on the charge side and 8 mm for the upper plate.
The [x.sup.*][z.sup.*]-plane is taken along the lower plate and the [y.sup.*]-axis perpendicular to the plates as shown in Figure 1.
This test applies four accelerometers to gather vertical acceleration responses as shown in Figure 16, where accelerometer 1 is located at the lower plate of the bearing, accelerometers 2 and 3 are located on the concrete slab, and accelerometer 4 is located on the vibrator.
For each material (n=5), 2 g VPS was extruded on to the lower plate of the rheometer and then the upper plate was positioned on top.
Noble attached a threaded flange with three screws over the hole on the top side of the lower plate. Once the rod was threaded through the flange, a washer, lock washer and smooth end cap nut were attached to the end of the rod.
The fully hydraulic clamping unit with a fixed lower plate has, for example, made it significantly easier to automate the insertion and removal process of profiles with comer molding.
corresponding to constant stress on the lower plate obtained by Nazish et al.