middle plate

middle plate

An obsolete term that formerly dignified the mesodermal cells lying between the somites and the lateral plate mesoderm.
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Among these, the prices of high-speed wire rod, screw-thread steel, and common middle plate were 4143 yuan, 4082 yuan, and 4216 yuan per ton respectively, up 0.5%, 0.5% and 0.4% respectively.
The sinter dust also created holes in the middle plate of the rotor below the blades, approximately 300 mm long and about 30 to 40 mm wide.
Teysseyre and de los Reyes developed a top-gate molding system for encapsulating semiconductor devices based on mold cavities formed between a middle plate and a bottom plate with an elaborate runner system.
In the middle plate, the texture has a radial direction, guaranteeing the disorientation in comparison to the outer plates of the tool holder.
Results obtained for the center of the middle plate surface are generalized into the whole plate [13].
It then travels through the middle plate via eight holes to the gap between the second and third plates, which contains the spirals cut into the flat side of both plates.
It is assembled in five parts, a middle plate for glue distribution, two glue blocks and two air blocks by four screws.
The middle plate of the mold moves out for automatic demolding of parts and sprues.
When the shake table's hydraulic system moves the building, the middle plate slides back and forth between the two outer ones.
Owing to the constructive symmetry, only half of the structure was analyzed: the external plate, the supports of the cylinders and the middle plate for which a thickness of 20 mm was considered (half of the thickness of the plate).
The Combi M can also be used in applications with two single molds--mounted back-to-back, using a middle plate or carrier--without using a rotary unit.