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bring to a desired consistency, texture, or hardness by a process of gradually heating and cooling

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Crystallite size increased with annealing more in films deposited by one deposition cycle than by multiple depositions; for the series annealed at 460[degrees]C from 130 to 163 [Angstrom] for the one-deposition-cycle CdS/SnS films and from 130 to 143 [Angstrom] for the three-deposition-cycle ZnS/SnS films.
The annealed PA46 samples show an up to 30 % increased thermal conductivity compared to the as molded samples, Fig.
The result shows that during long-term observation, the annealed solar mirrors are markedly more profitable: More than seven million Euros of additional plant yield is achieved over the period of 25 years.
On the material annealed at 700[degrees]C/60 min an increase of ultimate strength by about 29% and yield strength by about 96% was obtained.
Additionally the VB-V size coefficients for the specimens annealed at 375 K and 500 K are shown.
The samples were annealed for different times at an annealing temperature of 155[degrees]C and characterized with stripping coulometry.
The same explosion would turn an annealed pane into tiny daggers.
Hudson also monitors time and temperature readings for each annealed batch, per customer and internal quality requirements.
Samples of quartz, microcline, and albite in five silt-size ranges were annealed at 250[degrees]C and then dosed with 2, 4, 8, 16, and 32 mrads of radiation from a Cobalt-60 source (total samples).
Occasionally, samples are annealed to eliminate orientation effects in TPEs.
Thyroplast 2083 Supra AISI 420 modified, annealed, electroslag-remelted stainless tool steel can be heat-treated to high hardness.
The quenched films were annealed at different temperatures for 2 h.