||(english) Performs functions of Galvanneal Furnace; set of torches on wheels used to shoot flames onto a strip to further heat it.
|Brinell Hardness Testing
||(english) Method of determining the hardness of materials; involves impressing a hardened ball of specified diameter into the material surface at a known pressure (10-mm ball, 500-kg load for aluminum alloys). The Brinell hardness number results from calculations involving the load and the spherical area of the ball impression. Direct-reading testing are generally used for routine inspection of forgings, and as a heat treat control function.
||(Environmental Engineering) A functional group consisting of "-NH2."
||(Environmental Engineering) A functional group which consists of a carbon with a carboxylic acid, "-COOH" and an amine, "-NH2." These compounds are the building blocks for proteins.
||(Environmental Engineering) A functional group with an oxygen atom double bonded to a carbon atom.
||(Environmental Engineering) Any impairment of the normal function of an organism.
||(Environmental Engineering) Organic compounds which contain the "-SH" functional group. Also called mercaptans.
|Aspect-oriented development -
||(Software Engineering) a development approach that emphasizes "concerns" (also called "aspectual requirements" that incorporate features, functions and information content) that cut across multiple system functions
||(Software Engineering) an informal measure of the degree to which a software component implements a single, focused function