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Synonyms for abrasion

Synonyms for abrasion

an abraded area where the skin is torn or worn off

the wearing down of rock particles by friction due to water or wind or ice

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After completion of 500 rotations the material was sieved through 1.7mm sieve and the passed fraction was expressed as a percentage of the total weight of the sample which is called Los Angeles abrasion value.
Infections may cause light sensitivity as well, but not as severe as an abrasion. Kids typically won't keep their eyes closed when exposed to bright lights.
Testing under ASTM D3389 reportedly proved that the new material delivers 40 percent better abrasion resistance than a leading competitor's product, as well as incumbent GLS nylon overmoulding grades.
(9) Hence the present study was taken up to know the prevalence of abrasion and to find out its correlation with the frequency of tooth brushing among adult patients attending OPD in the department of Public Health Dentistry, H.P Govt Dental College, Shimla.
prior to the late 1990s) consistently reported an increase in the number of abrasion injuries on artificial turf compared with natural grass.[2] Since then, studies have been undertaken on third-generation (3G) surfaces with longer fibres and infilled with rubber and sand, but abrasion injuries are still consistently higher than on natural turf.
This result confirmed Aria as level 4 for abrasion resistance - the maximum that can be achieved in accordance with EN 388:2003.
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As shown for sound dental hard tissues, (9-11) toothbrushing abrasion of eroded enamel and dentin is mainly influenced by the abrasivity of the dentifrice and, to a lesser extent, by the toothbrush itself.
Samples are exposed to abrasion during preparation and polishing.
Corneal abrasion (CA) is the most common ophthalmic injury in the perioperative period.
Crockmeter type "CRO-B", to determine the abrasion resistance of dyed and printed textiles.
Abrasion is the process of wear in which there is displacement of material from a surface during rubbing against hard particles or protuberances.
The company has announced that the frayed wires were caused by external abrasion rather than an internal wiring problem.
M2 PRESSWIRE-August 6, 2019-: Global Abrasion Resistant Coatings Market Projected to Grow from US$ 7.7 Billion in 2019 to US$ 10.5 Billion by 2024, at a CAGR of 6.5%