parent metal


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parent metal

[′per·ənt ‚med·əl]
(chemistry)
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Howden was keen to take advantage of the various benefits of HCP, including the fact that deposits can be removed from many substrates without damaging the parent metal, allowing components to be stripped and replated.
The friction stir processed specimen used for metallographic examinations were sectioned to the required sizes from the processed region consisting stir zone (SZ), thermo mechanically affected zone (TMAZ), heat affected zone (HAZ) and parent metal.
After this heat-treatment process, the resulting hardness measured in the weld zone is very encouraging; the values comparable to the parent metal can be easily obtained.
Depending on the composition of the parent metal and the filler material used in the weld, the metal in the HAZ may be stronger or weaker than the parent metal.
However, due to extremely different properties, mainly the thermal expansion, a significant damage of brazing alloy and parent metal occurred--Fig.
com)-- Pushcorp's latest portable automated Tracked Weld Shaving System rapidly removes weld beads above a panel surface, without cutting into the parent metal.
In general, metal mobilization depends on the concentration of the parent metal in the soil solution, which in turn depends on the sorption and retention of the same metal in soil (Singh & Steinnes 1994; Alloway 1995; Sterckeman et al.
This process eliminates the need for purchased fasteners by creating a parent metal extrusion that is typically three times the original wall thickness.
Steel-safe, powder mixes to a potent stripping solution that quickly breaks down and removes electrolytic nickel, copper, chrome, zinc, cadmium, and electroless nickel plating with no fumes, rusting, or damage to the parent metal.
Unfortunately, there are several problems inherent in the use of saw teeth that are permanently fixed to the parent metal (saw blade).
The engineers also measured the hardness of the scraps to be up to three times that of their parent metal pieces.