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Warfare in which disease-producing microorganisms, toxins, or organic biocides, e.g., Bacillus anththracis or Yersinia pestis are deliberately used to destroy, injure, or immobilize livestock, vegetation, or human life, as by causing diseases, e.g., anthrax or plague.
Synonym: biowar See: chemical warfare

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abbreviation for body weight; used in medical records.
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In butt joint laser welding of S355 steel of 20 mm thickness at constant welding parameters a comparison of four butt joint set-ups was performed.
2] laser and a GMAW source on a butt joint of an AISI 304 stainless steel sheet 8 mm thick with the following parameters: GMAW torch inclination 65, shielding gas mixture 40% He, 57% Ar, 3% [O.
For the face to edge butt joint, the hot-melt adhesive simply pulled particles loose from the face of the board.
The butt joint tensile specimens were then tested on a QTEST-VII testing machine with a constant crosshead speed of 5.
This paper examines the process phenomenology and the weld strengths of cross-thickness vibration-welded butt joints.
With its special glass PYRANOVA, SCHOTT now also offers solutions in the form of butt joint glazing in wooden frames for all fire resistance classes from EI 30 to EI 60 and even EI 90.
The process is commonly used in widening profiles by joining several extrusions in parallel or joining extrusions with plates in a butt joint.
Getting rails in the lengths you need allows you to avoid a butt joint and achieve smoother motion in your application.
In North America, screws with or without dowels are the most commonly used fastener systems for assembling RTA furniture shelving and cabinets with simple unglued butt joint configurations.
Research on short butt-jointed wood columns indicates that the application of glue at the butt joint provides a higher compressive stiffness as compared to non glued butt joints (Sasaki et al.
A butt joint, which is the simplest end-joint in the production of glulam, can be fabricated with relatively lower assembly cost and less strict quality control compared to a finger-joint.