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flange

(flanj),
That part of the denture base that extends from the cervical ends of the teeth to the border of the denture.

flange

A popular term for the corona of the penis.

flange

(flanj)
That part of the denture base that extends from the cervical ends of the teeth to the border of the denture.

flange

(flanj)
That part of denture base that extends from cervical ends of teeth to border of the denture.
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Flange joints connecting the section and the section (or the stage and stage) of space launch vehicles affect the stiffness of launch vehicle structures.
Figure 3 shows the motion trajectory of the contact points of the running surfaces of block and standard wheels in contact with the surfaces of a rail head, where K is contact point of running surface of flexible tire and standard wheels, B is flange of standard wheel and D is guiding wheel block design of wheelset.
For all cases described the general provision is made that cross beam to truss flange connection as well as connectors between concrete slab and cross beam are able to transfer forces from truss flanges to the slab.
The backup wrench usually pushes against another nut or the flange with the full force of the tightening torque.
The TM procedure Tail Gear Box Input Seat, Plug Seat and Flange requires us to use a torque reactor and a special socket.
Spool flange diameter may be up to 220 mm (8-43/64 in.) maximum.
Itprovides effective spray control on most flange configurations, round, oval orsquare and regardless of the flange gap, the internal stainless mesh adapts accordingly.
The company manufactures a comprehensive range of flange facing tools that meet the high standards required by today's industrial organisations.
Equations 5 through 7 give the induced stress in integral type and all hubbed flanges. For the designing purpose these stresses should not exceed the corresponding allowable values given equation 8 through equation 12:
It also provides the gripping force between the gasket and flange surfaces to mitigate against lateral gasket movement and blowout.
Immersion heaters include flange, screw-plug, and over-the-side heaters (for open drums).
Designed for applications that experience aggressive washdown, heavy shock loading or frequent motor changes, the QC 700 Series utilizes a patent pending "quick connect" coupling system that enables the motor to connect and disconnect from the reducer without the need for a large coupling alignment hole in the NEMA flange. A second challenge of existing coupling-mounted speed reducers is that the flange is much longer than traditional quill flanges, posing a challenge to OEM's who are always very space conscious.