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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4] Notch depth index has been used by authors to predict stenosis of intercondylar notch.
On the other hand, mandibular notch breadth and mandibular notch depth presented lower results in this regard (0.
A similar trend was found in notch shape index (NSI), but not in notch depth index and the cross-sectional area.
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.
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.
Figure 7 shows the evolution of AE hits and counts recorded during the pressure test as a function of notch depth.
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 National Design Specifications, on which the model building codes are based, prohibits notching in the middle third of a post and limits notch depth to 1/6 the depth of the member in the outer thirds and 1/4 the depth at the very ends, explains Steve Bean of the Southern Pine Council (SPC).
Maximum notch depth in the outer third of a joist is one-sixth of the joist depth.