pressure bar

pressure bar

[′presh·ər ‚bär]
(mechanical engineering)
A bar that holds the edge of a metal sheet during press operations, such as punching, stamping, or forming, and prevents the sheet from buckling or becoming crimped.
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com)-- REL's latest system demonstrates that converting our Split Hopkinson Pressure Bar (Kolsky Bar) to an Impact Tester is a seamless transition.
The split Hopkinson pressure bar (SHPB) is widely used in this research [5,6].
2] nanoparticle dispersed polyester resin using the split Hopkinson pressure bar (SHPB) apparatus.
Israel's Emergency Bandage prevents hemorrhaging with a special pressure bar and closure clips.
A pressure bar is just what it sounds like: a strip of metal with a gasket attached to it that is mechanically fastened though the layers to the structure, compressing a gasket to seal the reverse lap.
Cleaning bars and pressure bar are made of hardened stainless steel.
199420E-O1 *** INPUT DATA *** ISENTROPIC CENTRIFUGAL COMPRESSOR OUTLET PRESSURE BAR 7.
1983, 'Wave propagation in the split Hopkinson pressure bar, Journal of Engineering materials technology, Vol.
With elections in Afghanistan less than a month away, the increased extremist activities has raised the pressure bar on Pakistan to help ensure a peaceful election.
The planer system, from in-feed to out-feed, is presented including instructions on adjusting and fine-tuning each of the separate elements including table adjustment, chipbreaker adjustment, pressure bar adjustment, knife setting, and more.
The one graphic/visual which IS worth displaying is the pressure bar graph to display airway pressure, thereby verifying circuit integrity and ventilator performance at a glance.
Using a split Hopkinson pressure bar, materials properties at high rates of strain (3,000/s) can be measured.