pressure ring

pressure ring

[′presh·ər ‚riŋ]
(mining engineering)
A ring about a large excavated area, evidenced by distortion of the openings near the main excavation.
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Pressure ring was made from the steel STN 19 865 with respect to your specific requirements and function.
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The Westarkade tower glows with natural light and offers windows that open, but a first-of-a-kind "pressure ring" facade and sophisticated, sensor-rich control scheme promise to consume no more than 100 kilowatt-hours of energy per square meter per year, reports Discovery News.
The force is then transmitted by the yoke to the pressure ring of the outer sliding ring.
Parameter Type of water pin Melt filling Water pressure pressure Ring Orifice (Mpa) (Mpa) (0.1 mm X 2.0 mm) ([phi] 0.5 mm) 100 5 X ** 100 7 X ** 100 9 ** ** 140 5 X ** 140 7 X ** 140 9 ** ** 180 5 X X 180 7 X X 180 9 X ** Parameter Type of water pin Melt filling pressure Orifice Orifice (Mpa) ([phi] 1.0 mm) ([phi] 1.5 mm) 100 ** ** 100 ** ** 100 ** ** 140 ** ** 140 ** ** 140 ** ** 180 X ** 180 ** ** 180 ** ** * ** = complete filling; X = incomplete filling Table 4.
These included a high interface pressure ring (Sewer), a slip-coupling ring (SWV), and a lip-seal ring (NZ), as shown in Fig.