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reline

[rē′līn]
(ordnance)
To replace a worn liner of a gun to give it the ballistics of a new weapon.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Nevertheless, using any of the evaluated reinforcing meshes significantly increases the flexural strength of relined structures, which suggests an adequate bond between the relined and the fiber mesh.
The earlier Philadelphia project relined 1,800 feet of 12-inch cast iron main, with leaking bell-joints recurring every 12 feet.
The length of relined service was generally around 20 ft.
Work is being carried out to maintain a safe carriageway as the southbound section needs to be resurfaced and relined.
The cupola itself had to be dropped and relined daily.
Subsequently, three 90-inch and one 96-inch culverts designed to be relined by cured-in-place pipe were changed to centrifugally-cast-concrete pipe (CCCP) via value-added engineering.
When the current exceeds the rated ampacity of the electrical components, the inductor must be shut down and relined.
Both culverts were relined with Sekisui SPR PVC machine wound spiral pipe, said Karl Bates, project manager/estimator with Indiana Reline, contractor for the project.
To keep its 80 ton channel induction furnace in operation, Commercial Intertech had Fosbel maintain its furnace's slag line and vertical wall near the tap hole beginning in November 1986 and until it was relined about a year later.