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rough

(rŭf),
Not smooth; denoting the irregular, coarsely granular surface of a certain bacterial colony type.
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ZEISS ROTOS, the new roughness sensor, is compatible with the ACCURA and PRISMO CMMs from ZEISS Industrial Metrology and is available immediately through local ZEISS representatives.
Width measurements of the strips with highly deformed structure caused by containers roughness in the places where these bands are the widest were realized.
The objective of this study was to investigate the effects of tip height, radial clearance angle, blade lateral runout, and tip materials of circular saws on the surface quality of machined wood-based composites in terms of the surface roughness height.
Other than that, the S/N ratio of the surface roughness which shown in Table 4 that has the biggest or nearest to the value of zero is -2.
Modelling of surface roughness and waviness (surface texture) by the application of regression analysis for various cutting conditions after face-milling is dealt with in paper (20).
In the figure 5 is shown the roughness profile on the contact surface of the initial workpiece.
Poor copper plating process control can contribute to roughness issues or nonuniformity in the surface.
In order to answer questions like this, engineers have been working on ways to measure roughness for decades.
investigated in the surface roughness at the milling process using the Taguchi design method and revealed that compared to the full factorial methods.
Therefore, we considered that there are associated relationships between the mold surface roughness and interfacial tension.
In order to visualize the processes which made the moon what it is today, the scientists put together the first comprehensive set of maps revealing the slopes and roughness of the moon's surface.