breakability


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Synonyms for breakability

quality of being easily damaged or destroyed

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Performance-based predictive models and optimization methods for turning operations and applications: Part 2--Assessment of chip forms/chip breakability, Journal of Manufacturing Processes, Vol.
Previous studies have demonstrated the use of HU in predicting the breakability of kidney and ureter stones by ESWL.
The issue of breakability is a rather interesting one.
The use of shapes having sharp re-entrant corners, such as stars or crosses, can aid the breakability of the feeder and are often used on alloy steels for this reason.
This brings up another interesting quality of glass which I will be discussing soon--its dangerous breakability.
The containers are clear and made of a PET plastic, which offers the clarity of glass without the weight or breakability.
Additionally, the display is plastic, lightweight and ultra-low power, making it ideal for mobile and power sensitive applications by eliminating the weight and breakability of glass used in traditional LCD displays.
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Evaluation of breakability was performed by a method developed by A.
Walsh reported that a South Carolina company achieved a 92 percent productivity gain with 303 UGIMA XL(TM), over standard 303 Ugima(R), due to better chip breakability, higher machining speeds and feeds, and increased tool life.
the top-rated protection plan trusted by millions of happy customers, today announced the Breakability Score(TM) for HTC's One and One Max[sup.
Evaluation of breakability was performed by a method developed by Skotchinsky Institute of Mining Engineering (Moscow, Russia).
When it comes to breakability, Apple takes a step back with its latest offerings.