slip plane

slip plane

[′slip ‚plān]
(crystallography)
(geology)
A planar slip surface.
(engineering)
A plane visible by reflected light in a transparent material; caused by poor welding and shrinkage during cooling.
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EMSPLANE Plus Mica Slip Plane is a flexible mica/glass sheet, designed specifically for use as a separator of the coil grout and refractory lining of a coreless induction furnace.
Additionally, while polypropylene overlay products melt at 305 degrees F (150 degrees C), creating a slip plane under new pavements, and negating the water barrier effect they are designed to provide, TruPave(TM) is stable up to 495 degrees F (260 degrees C).
It wasn't excavated deeply enough to get to the slip plane that goes under the Antelope Valley Freeway.
alpha]] are a pair of orthogonal unit vectors defining the slip plane normal and the slip direction, respectively.
Slip Plane Material: Allowances must be made for the thermal expansion and contraction of the lining under the extreme temperature gradients that cold-starting creates.
This includes: briquetted alloy products, calcium silicon, chrome, cored wire, ferro phosphorous, mica slip plane products from Cogebi and Milco carbon products.
The Impact Of Mica Slip Plane On Large Coreless Induction Furnaces Containing Safety Backup Briquettes And A Qlr System (05-022)
Consider using an impervious slip plane such as mica paper between the coil grout and lining.
Melt fracture has been attributed to a number of factors (6), but the two main proposals for the cause of the phenomenon are wall slip, that is a non-zero fluid velocity at the wall of the duct, and the formation of a slip plane within the fluid.
The electrode plate is placed on the coil grouting instead of the conventional slip plane or insulating layer.
We finally tested the model with CRSS values evaluated from the slip plane compactness.