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heat treat·ment

in dentistry, a method of controlled temperature handling of metals so as to change the microscopic structure and thus the physical properties.
See also: temper, anneal.

heat treat·ment

(hēt trētmĕnt)
In dentistry, method of controlled temperature handling of metals to change microscopic structure and thus physical properties.
See also: temper, anneal
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A reduction in ethylene production following heat treatment has been verified in peach (Budde et al., 2006; Vitti et al., 2007) and Myrica rubra (Luo et al., 2009), and is related to the exposure of the fruit to temperatures higher than 35 [degrees]C (Budde et al., 2006).
In 4 of 11 replicates the vapor heat treatment resulted in no survivors for any of the populations, leaving 7 replicates for analysis of differences in efficacy among the 3 populations (Table 2).
Assessing the influence of ten heat treatment in maritime and beech pine woods, Repellin and Guyonnet (2005) highlighted that, not only the hemicellulose degradation is essential for hygroscopic reduction, but also the lignin structure modification, which despite not having affinity with water, undergoes through a rearrangement and the result is a lower wood hygroscopic.
carried out in three stages (drying in high temperature, heat treatment, cooling and conditioning) according to ThermoWood[R] method (Figure / Sekil 2).
The greater the heat treatment applied to milk, the higher the furosine content that can be analytically determined and the lower the bioavailability of lysine in milk.
On the other hand, there is a negligible interaction between pressing pressure and heat treatment temperature.
Representative micrographs (Figure 1) show that surface treatment altered the micromorphological pattern after grinding, whereas heat treatment did not induce significant alterations in this pattern.
Although effective in improving the dimensional stability, durability, and color of wood, heat treatment has also shown some negative effects.
Key words: Ascorbic acid, Heat treatment, Low temperature Storage, Sweet orange, TSS/ Acid ratio, Ascorbic Acid
In order to prevent a decline in performance, generally, heat treatment is performed in a large furnace (from several dozen hours to several hundred hours at 600 u 700 C) for Nb3Sn generation after winding for use as superconducting magnets, to ensure that no distortion is added to the Nb3Sn generated.
Coventry Heat Treatment, also listed as Midshire Heat Treatment, specialises in high temperature metal treatment.
* Solution heat treatment at 1,000F (538C) for 12 hours, then quench in hot water (150-212F/66-100C).