pinch-off

pinch-off

[′pinch‚ȯf]
(aerospace engineering)
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Tenders invited for Pinch-off tube with weld adapter
The cavity size and the pinch-off location from numerical simulation are well agreed with the experimental result.
Options include analog outputs for control systems and alarm relay outputs to sound horns, light warning lamps and activate pinch-off valves.
The variables included in the study were the demographic (age, sex, primary malignancy, method and duration of implantation) and radiological characteristics (location of the fracture, presence/absence of the pinch-off sign, side, brand of device implanted, angle and distance between the clavicle and port).
Pinch-off syndrome: case report and review of the literature
Instant high-tonnage lock-up is accomplished by use of the same press cylinders for fast close and lock-up tonnage, which ensures instant pinch-off at lock-up.
Extrusion blow molding consists of parison formation, pinch-off, and blow-up stages.
The new technology enables the transistors to operate even at the high temperature of 200 degrees Celsius for more than one million hours, equivalent to over 100 years, under pinch-off condition with a drain voltage of 50 volts (50V), thereby enabling the world's longest lifecycle for GaN HEMTs.
This experiment involved testing submicron double heterostructure field effect transistors at high temperatures to determine their ability to maintain saturation and pinch-off characteristics.
Guillotines, pinch-off type cutters, paper cutters and hand cutting with a knife have been the most prominent choices.