open arc

open arc

[′ō·pən ′ärk]
(astronomy)
A crater arc in which the craters do not touch each other.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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SSAB announced the launch of Duroxite 100 Wire, a fluxcored welding wire for hardfacing components subject to sliding wear and moderate to low impact applications using an open arc welding process.
Enable is 4-5 favourite, but Moore opined: "There is one exceptional filly but, taking her out, it's an open Arc."
There are occasional examples when one might see such a huge turnout for a Group 1, perhaps in a particularly open Arc, but generally racing's top-end prizes are enhanced when more about quality than quantity.
Lincoln Electric has announced that its new Pantheon mechanised welding system fills the need for automated, repetitive welding operations for submerged and open arc processes in such industries as heavy fabrication, shipbuilding, power generation, construction and pressure vessel manufacturing.
Known for their traditional, harmony-led style of singing with minimal instruments, the band will open Arc's main stage and will perform a selection of their songs both old and new.
52 reps from 39 Lankan firms in IT and non-IT sectors-including Shaw Wallace Ceylon Limited (Renuka Group), Sri Lanka Telecom, Akbar Brothers (Pvt) Ltd, Data Management Systems (Pvt) Ltd, LOLC Technologies, Open Arc Systems Pvt Ltd, SAITM Campus, McCallum Cargo (Pvt) Ltd, and Nordtex Pvt ltd-were taking part in the 29 May session.
Plasma Arc Cutting is a process where an open arc can be constricted by passing through a small nozzle, from the electrode to the workpiece.
This is especially distinctive in the alloys with a high nitrogen solubility, in particular when melting low-carbon ferrochrome (approximately 80% Cr, 0.06% C, 1% Si) in the open arc ore-thermal furnaces.
Orbimatic GmbH has launched the last two models in their ORBIWELD TP range of open arc orbital TIG welding heads.
'Mamool could surprise a few people in what looks an open Arc,' Dettori told the Daily Telegraph.
These two DC 1000s create a continuous seam tack using an open arc gas-metal arc welding (GMAW) process at high speeds of 260 inches per minute.

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