metal interface

met·al in·ter·face

in dentistry, a boundary between metal and nonsolvent solder, or between metal and surface oxide.

met·al in·ter·face

(metăl intĕr-fās)
In dentistry, boundary between metal and nonsolvent solder, or between metal and surface oxide.
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When clay in the sand is heated at the mold metal interface, it loses moisture and may go through a phase change.
A second time constant was apparent for both the DTM and 2C1B coating, which may be attributed to the corrosion reaction occurring at the coating metal interface.
Asymptotic average concentration at metal interface and throughout
The kinetics of resin metal interface at optimum pH, was calculated by the variation of sorption with time from kinetic equations i.
This would indicate that any A50P at the rubber metal interface has remained on the rotor, or not been deposited on the window.
For this reason we needed to replace the standard brushed metal interface of the player with our own customized GUI (Graphical user interface) or skin.
The chip forming process implies that a fresh metal interface is continually produced and forced, at very high pressure and temperature, along the tool material.
This 100-fold accelerated test will require the use of a 100-fold higher galvanic current which would provide more insight into the failure mechanism at the cladding and metal interface and in regions below a scratch in the insulation corresponding to the aged condition.
According to previous research, the veining defect in cores and molds stems from a tensile stress exerted by a combination of contracting sand at the mold metal interface and subsurface expanding sand.