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Then inspect these cracks during each operator-level PMCS to watch for increased cracking
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Zein el Abedine A, Robinson GH (1971) A study on cracking
in some vertisols of the Sudan.
Yet, stainless-steel molds are susceptible to a common type of corrosive attack and tool failure called stress corrosion cracking
This type of cracking
is different from the 'type two' cracking
found on certain A380s in the global fleet, which is now the subject of a European airworthiness directive," it said.
Designers say modern aircraft allow loads to be carried by a different part of the structure when one part fails and most cracking
is usually captured early without generating publicity.
You have to properly identify the extent and cause of cracking
before you can implement the right repair solution," he added.
CCM rolls are operated under thermomechanical loading, which causes multiple cracking
of the working surface.
Until now, nut cracking
had been reported only in chimp groups living west of the N'Zo-Sassandra River, which cuts vertically through Cote d'Ivoire not far from Africa's west coast.
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8) in his detailed work on the mechanism on ozone cracking
of rubber made an important observation stating that a low carbon black content would improve the resistance to radial cracking
In and of itself, this simple cracking
is not harmful.
The participants included 30 individuals with a history of habitual knuckle cracking
and 10 without.
IN most houses cracking
is common and occurs either because of changes in the materials it is made from, or as a result of movement in the ground underneath or around the building.