wear pattern


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wear pattern

The location of tooth erosion as determined by the characteristics of the facets of the teeth.
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This wear pattern usually starts slowly and then accelerates as the chip continues to hammer away during subsequent cutting.
The cross-section of the wear pattern looks like a saw tooth as shown in figure 2, where L is the spacing of the wear pattern.
In the November 2006 column we presented the first installment in a series of guides detailing the various wear patterns on cutting tools.
The Albany team matched the roll's diameter profile with the wear pattern on returned fabric samples, showing that the roll profile matched the wear pattern of the fabric.
The trial of William Campion for the murder of Co Clare farmer Mr Patrick 'Paud' Skehan, 68, heard a forensic expert say the chance of two pairs of trainers having the same wear pattern was astronomical.
Wheel alignment can be checked by simply looking at the wear pattern on tires or by a trained technician with the use of an alignment rack.
Figures 4 and 5 show the wear pattern for the spiral pointed taps.
The wear pattern displayed by Australopithecus is more similar to that of living primate species subsisting largely on leaves and fleshy fruits.
These announcements are made as CiDRA's HALO[TM] services are fast becoming the industry's preferred method of automated pipe wear measurements and wear pattern characterization.
In figure 1, is presented the wear pattern for the first cutting regime employed using CB7020, Sandvik Coromant's insert.
Uses both flanks of the insert and produces a "balanced" wear pattern that can sometimes extend tool life.
If the wear pattern is different than this then try to associate that with any painful symptoms.