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a ridge on a corrugated surface

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the act of shaping into parallel ridges and grooves

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The available heat-transfer area increases with the corrugation aspect ratio and, as shown by Muley et al.
The turbulence enhancing corrugation of the inner tubes not only reduces the area requirement, but also reduces fouling, allowing for longer running times.
For example, a subtle but extensive corrugation that ripples 12,000 miles (19,000 kilometers) across the innermost rings tells of a very large meteoroid impact in 1983," said researchers.
The main reasons of unconventionally complicated load-bearing behaviour of such panels are: a complicated geometry that includes the transverse corrugation, an effect of cold deformation on the materials properties of the panel and, possibly, the complex loads during the service life of the structure.
Able to handle large storm water flow volumes, the MC-4500 measures 5 feet from the bottom to the top of the corrugation and has a base of more than 8 feet.
The topics include processing materials by electric discharge assisted mechanical milling, structural investigations of iron-based sintered alloys after plasma nitriding, ultrafine-grained copper alloys processed by continuous repetitive corrugation and straightening methods, and shape-memory alloy thin-strip rotary actuator.
The corrugation generates highly turbulent flows, even with low Reynolds number and complex flow patterns involving swirling flow, separation, and reattachment of the boundary layer, as well as recirculation between the plates.
Made in the UK from sustainable corrugated cardboard, the Flute Table is striking; the angles in the corrugation are alternated to form a beautiful floral pattern in the surface of the table.
After extracting the ingots from the solidification mould, notches and corrugation were found on the surface of the ingots (Fig.
200602015671 describes an outer wall with concave sections aligned with corrugation crests and convex sections with corrugation valleys.
The line is gluable with many waterbased adhesives and can withstand the heat of corrugation with minimal strike-in.
The company covers a considerable percentage of the Indian market for its products, which includes paper cutting knives, metal shear knives, plastic cutting knives, corrugation (sheet cutter knives), paper mill knives, duplex knives, leather cutting knives, straw cutter knives, rag cutter knives, plannar knives, chipper knives, veneer knives, tobacco knives, knives for packaging and printing industry, knife grinding machines, and surface grinding.
Some topics examined are injury mitigation in locomotive crashworthiness, recent developments for forged railroad wheels for improved performance, and vehicle track modeling for the investigation of rail corrugation initiation.
Tubes can also be stainless steel braided for higher pressures or can be special ordered in TEXfluor PFA corrugation for a maximum continuous operating temperature up to 300[degrees]F/148[degrees]C at 0 pressure.