white iron


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white iron

[′wīt ′ī·ərn]
(metallurgy)
A brittle cast iron whose total carbon content is in the combined forms, and containing little or no graphite; a fresh fracture is white.
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The thickness of the white iron layer on the surface is typically 8 to 24 mm in paper machine rolls (D'Amato, 1987; Zwart & Farrel, 1992).
Ultrasonic measurements are used to measure the layer thickness of the white iron layer on the roll surface and to acquire dimensions of the peripherally drilled bores in the shell of the roll body.
Police allowed protest leaders to approach the white iron front gate and pour out the blood, which oozed under the gate as national television broadcast the images live.
The late Beatle had purchased the white iron railings bearing seven hearts for Mimi at the time when the band was at its peak in Sixties.
Follow the trail for a few yards to enter a field and bear diagonal right to the white iron footbridge seen ahead.
Police might not have gotten to the van for hours had bewildered families not noticed the man hopping out of the still-moving van, which ambled into a white iron fence outside a house on Haynes Street.
After a while the hedge on your right gives way to white iron railings, and a good view back to the aqueduct.
Once an entryway to a French estate, this aged white iron door is 38 by 78 inches and can be used as a garden ornament or with a pair of mansion-sized gates ($3,500) from the same chateau.
Saddam and his fellow defendants were seated in three rows inside a pen made of white iron slats.
4 World Imports' floral chandelier blooms with vibrant flowers sprinkled amid intertwining white iron stems.