split barrel

split barrel

[′split ′bar·əl]
(design engineering)
A core barrel that is split lengthwise so that it can be taken apart and the sample removed.
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Vector Injection (vectorinjection.com) has a patent pending on a "split barrel" design in which the front two-thirds of the barrel (typically 25:1 L/D) is permanently fixed to the hot-runner manifold near the centerline of the mold.
He spent a great deal of time on bore obstructions and found that one located near the muzzle usually resulted in no more damage than a split barrel, but an obstruction back near the action would destroy the action and the barrel.
The second gun was a Webley Mk VI that came in with a bulged and split barrel. My customer admitted to having pulled the trigger on what he thought was a dud and on the next shot the barrel split.
There is the military rifle with a split barrel and disintegrated woodwork wrecked after the gun was fired with a small portion of cleaning cloth lodged in the barrel.
The USALAB 16 mm twin-screw compounding system features a horizontally split barrel with up to a 40:1 L/D.
The rubber layers were charged into the split barrel system and were partially extruded, the remaining material in the barrel then being vulcanized, removed from the barrel, sectioned, and the flow patterns investigated.
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In this work the rheometer was equipped with a split barrel system (2), the die plate being bolted to the bottom of the barrel.
It has a split barrel, segmented screws, and 20:1 or 30:1 L/D.
Both the extrusion die and calibration unit have horizontally split barrels and quick release clamps give access to channels and process contact surfaces for cleaning or configuration changes.