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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The wear pattern obtained from the simulations may only be used for the design direction and may be used in a limited capacity for comparisons to engine dyno test results.
RATT ring: The wear pattern observed complements very well with the observations from the lower flank of the top ring groove surface (Figure 11).
However, there is no reported information on the wear pattern of such knives.
The Lineage XLC's technology eliminates this flare along the back of the cutting edge from occurring and reduces the width and depth of the concave wear pattern by more than 50% for a consistently cleaner, quality cut, FS Tool says.
The wear pattern shows the small regular wear grooves on the ball track but also some particles of ball material (dark spots) that seemed to adhere to the surface.
The analysis of the individual's dental wear shows a wear pattern that suggests that he used his teeth as a form of tool, possibly for domestic household procedures.
The wear pattern when the TiAlN coated tap was employed is different and seems to be the result of the abrasive wear.
Your shotgun was initially imported in 1987, so we're not terribly surprised at the appearance of a wear pattern, especially if the locking system wasn't fitted up properly in the first place.
Although the amount of wear varies from region to region, deer typically have a consistent wear pattern as they grow older.
This information combined with your shoe wear pattern will allow you to better determine the best shoe for you.
Occurs at a time when the tool has not been in cut for long and any other type of wear pattern has not yet developed.
These plastic jawbones closely imitate that wear pattern to help you age your deer right A after you shoot them.