metallic area

metallic area

Of a wire rope, the sum of the cross-sectional areas of all of the strands of which it is composed.
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The grouting creates a high alkaline environment to prevent corrosion, but grout separation, water and air intrusion creates oxidation leading to corrosion and loss of metallic area and tendon failure.
They give you a large, metallic area in contact with the soil.
Typically in the red metallic area, in the past we were always fighting with other types of properties that our customers are asking for like hiding and film builds so with this effect pigment we are able to achieve some of those unachievable specs and brighten the color up so that we are able to achieve brighter reds.
He takes me through to the bakery, a shiny metallic area where the ovens are lined up on top of each other like shelves.
THEY ALSO GIVE YOU A LARGE, METALLIC AREA THAT IS IN CONTACT WITH THE SOIL.
Tenders are invited for cleaning of concrete and metallic areas as to be specified prior to painting, painting of the areas to be specified, and related temporary needed traffic control.
This is because, he suggests, the scanners blend metallic areas into the dark background - so if an object is not directly placed on the body, it will not show up on the scan, the Daily Mail reported.
This is in strict contrast to thermal cycles, in which the dewation occurs at the warmest, indolent places: the metallic areas. Dusts, salt particles and adsorbed S[O.sub.2], part of industrial atmosphere, work as seeds for condensation and support dewation.