root penetration

root penetration

[′rüt ‚pen·ə‚trā·shən]
(metallurgy)
The depth of penetration of the weld metal into the root of a joint.
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Layer and root penetration protection made of polymer bitumen welding line, Din en 13707 implementation: Pye / pyp-ktp-s5, Area: 3 920 m 2 attic panel made of osb panels as substructure for sheet metal cover, D: 22 mm cutting up to 480 mm, With substructure of square timbers 40 x 40 mm, Incl.
This difference may be partly associated with alterations in the root environment, which was verified through the root penetration mechanical resistance (Figure 1A), with the presence of a compacted layer at the 0.
Made of corrosion-resistant, 316 stainless steel; EPDM rubber and NBR compression sealing, the system effectively repairs longitudinal cracks, transverse cracks, radial cracks, broken fragments, root penetration and socket end leaks.
The supply of water to plants, besides reducing soil resistance to root penetration (Rosolem et al.
The lines as indicated by the thread root penetration are deformations of the pipe by the thread die forming the root of the thread.
If you plan to plant deep-rooting plants such as carrots (some varieties) and parsnips, prepare the soil deeply, remove stones and break up any layers of hardpan to allow for deep root penetration.
On the other hand if juveniles in some way are inhibited from root penetration or developing once within the roots damage on the host may be less and non-infected juveniles that do successfully reproduce may produce more offspring due to less competition.
All geosynthetic clay liners are multi-component materials, but the symposium focused on those that are characterized by specially-engineered surface coatings, film attachments, bentonite modification, and other components that enhance performance in specific ways such as less desiccation or greater resistance to chemical attack or root penetration.
A ripper tine cracks open the compacted plough pan, allowing for deep root penetration, while wings fitted on the tines create furrows that guide rain water to the planting lines, thus creating infield rain water harvesting.
The images were attached to AutoCAD version 2011, and scaled measurements of convexity, throat, leg length and root penetration were then carried out.
With greater soil moisture, higher values of bulk density may be obtained without reaching the critical penetration resistance to root growth, since water facilitates root penetration provided aeration is adequate and the soil changes its consistence.
Moreover, mechanical pressure in less spacious petri plates hardens the root system just like in situ conditions where soil offers significant resistance in root penetration, hence acclimatising the roots for upcoming constraints.