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BH

Abbreviation for bundle of His.

Bh

Abbreviation for bohrium.

BH

abbr.
bill of health

Bh

symbol for the element bohrium.
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Table 4 shows the Brinell hardness values for untreated and treated wood specimens, polystyrene, and GMA-ST copolymer.
The tensile and hardness tests reveal that the yield strength, Young's modulus, and Brinell hardness of the blends deviate positively from the values predicted by the rule of mixing.
A customer required an 85 minimum Brinell Hardness number (BHN) for an aluminum component sand cast in A356.
By using the described architecture of the artificial neural network, Brinell hardness of the ductile cast iron was estimated.
The 8" long, 3" wide set-plates are flat blanks flame-cut from an easy-to-machine mild steel rated about 200 Brinell hardness.
Through these findings, the Janka hardness of the wood specimens of eastern beech species could be converted into Brinell hardness and vice versa.
The Brinell hardness test involves embedding a steel ball of a specific diameter, using a kilogram load, in the surface of a test piece.
The truck has a specially reinforced, heavy-duty rock body made from strong Roqlast steel plate with a Brinell hardness of 400.
The qualities that have made bismuth such a standout in the non-toxic shot race include its density -- 90 percent that of lead -- with a brinell hardness only slightly more than lead's.
As the table shows clearly that the Brinell Hardness Number(BHN) is high for sample 5 that is 90:5:5 composition.
All wet pumping surfaces including but not limited to impeller, volute, and wear plate to be treated by Plasma Ion hardening process or equivalent hardening that exceeds a Brinell hardness rating of 600.