notch depth

notch depth

[′näch ‚depth]
(metallurgy)
The distance from the surface of a metal specimen to the bottom of the notch.
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To investigate the influence of CPE on the notch sensitivity of the blends, different notch depth including 2.
Eighth, for the individuals with bilateral notches, the notch depth of the RE is compared with the notch depth of the LE.
Notch depth was measured as an extension of the thallus length line terminated by a line that connects the anterior apex of each thallus lobe.
A box-and-whisker plot was used to analyze remaining notch depth with respect to the number of molts, and to compare the remaining v-notch with past and present management definitions.
The independent settings for cutting and feeding speed allow optimum notch results for each material, while the solid machine construction and direct notch depth adjustment system enable an extremely high dimensional accuracy over the complete pack length, according to the manufacturer.
The filter's performance met or exceeded customer performance specifications and design objectives, including those for adjacent band rejection, notch depth, insertion loss, and intermodulation distortion.
Previous internal testing of SpectrumMaster(TM) filters revealed that performance meets or exceeds customer specifications and design objectives, including those for adjacent band rejection, notch depth, insertion loss and intermodulation distortion.
At the present time the industrial practice is based on a non-binding rule that the pipe should be discarded if the notch depth is more than 10% of the wall thickness.
As a general rule, the global stress surrounding the notch should be less than about 1/2-3/4 of the yield point at the temperature, T, depending on the notch depth.