season crack

season crack

[′sēz·ən ¦krak]
(metallurgy)
A stress-corrosion crack produced in a copper-base alloy subject to a residual or applied tensile stress and exposed to a specific environment such as moist air containing traces of ammonia.

season crack

1. A crack that develops in metals that have been rolled or otherwise subjected to a process developing internal stress.
2. Same as seasoning check.
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Today's deserved to win a race Haggas-trained Fury, 2012 form figures of the hottest 1m-run so far this season crack at a decent pot Hambleton Stakes Swiss 1.30 York 1pt each-way Sajjhaa 2.00 York 2ptswinat horse puts up without winning it can the handicapper he wants him, but that lot for the horses he's out of 59 of whom Fury 3.00 York 2pts each-the form of his races particularly the last enough to argue that horse to beat.
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During the ongoing rainy season cracks have appeared in the embankments, once again threatening the adjoining population.