required thickness

required thickness

[ri′kwīrd ′thik·nəs]
(design engineering)
The thickness calculated by recognized formulas for boiler or pressure vessel construction before corrosion allowance is added.
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A total of 31 metric tons was installed into an area of 210 square meters (m2) at a nominal thickness of 30 millimeters (mm), including a 12 m2 area, which required thickness of 50mm.
Alioli Ingredients | 4 cloves garlic, mashed to a paste | 6tbsp aquafaba | 2 tsp English mustard | 1 tsp cider vinegar or lemon juice | 1/2 tsp turmeric (optional for colour) | Pinch of salt to taste | 150 ml Olive oil/vegetable oil 50/50 Method In a food processor, blend the garlic, aquafaba, mustard, vinegar, turmeric (if using) and salt and then slowly, with the machine still running, drizzle in the oil until the alioli is to the required thickness.
covers with A piece could require as many as 100 coats before the required thickness was achieved, the final coat being polished to a the mirror finish using pumice.
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Critical thickness is a minimum required thickness of tubes to service with no damage and failure risk in the boiler temperature and pressure.
Make the alioli in a food processor - blend the garlic, aquafaba, mustard, vinegar, turmeric (if using) and some salt and then slowly, with the machine still running, drizzle in the oil until the alioli is to the required thickness.
This document addresses many specifications for a chamber such as the required thickness of the acrylic window and minimum pressures it must withstand which are much higher than what we would currently use for therapy.
For atomised spray application of a wide range of liquid paints and coatings, the required thickness of the film guides the application technique.
This would then normally determine the required thickness of the attenuation layer.
In addition, the researchers looked for a simple and repeatable synthesis method that enables easier control on the required thickness.
Amongst other factors, the extent of exposure to corrosives, the required thickness of the floor, what heavy impacts will need to be withstood and the standard of the substrate will all play a role in specifying the right solution for an effective, long-term finish.