||จาน [ไฟฟ้าสื่อสาร]: จาน, จานบันทึก [คอมพิวเตอร์, การพิมพ์]: จาน, แผ่น [ยานยนต์]
||ปริมาณถ่ายเท [สำรวจ]: น้ำระบายทิ้ง [สิ่งแวดล้อมน้ำ]: การคายประจุ [อิเล็กทรอนิกส์]: การปล่อยประจุ [ไฟฟ้ากำลัง]
|Bent Axis Pumps
||(english) In this pump, the pistons are at an angle to the drive shaft and Thrust Plate. The piston block shaft is connected to the drive shaft by a universal joint, not shown. The drive shaft, thrust plate, piston block shaft, and piston block all revolve. The connecting rods are attached to the thrust plate and revolve with it, unlike the swash plate pump where the piston rods slide past a stationary swash plate. The outlet ports are semi-circular holes in the Valve Plate, shown on the far right of the animation on edge and in a head-on view below, right. As the pump revolves, half the pistons suck in fluid as they pass over the intake port. The other pistons discharge their fluid through the outlet port. This pump should be compared to the radial piston pump, swash plate pump, and wobble pump.
|Bright Annealing 2
||(english) The process of annealing in a protective atmosphere so as to prevent discoloration of the bright surface desired.
||(english) (1) Permanently damaging a metal or alloy by heating to cause either incipient melting or intergranular oxidation. (2) In grinding getting the work hot enough to cause discoloration or to change the microstructure by tempering or hardening.
||(english) Pressure is a similar idea to stress, the force intensity at a point, except that pressure means something acting on the surface of an object rather than within the material of the object. When discussing the pressure within a fluid, the meaning is equivalent to stress.
||(english) This is a general term which may be applied to materials or structures. When a force is applied to a structure, there is a displacement in the direction of the force; stiffness is the ratio of the force divided by the displacement. High stiffness means that a large force produces a small displacement. When discussing the stiffness of a material, the concept is the same, except that stress substitutes for force, and strain substitutes for displacement; see modulus of elasticity.
||(Environmental Engineering) Settling in which individual particles settle independently, neither agglomerating or interfering with the settling of the other particles present. This occurs in waters with a low concentration of particles.
|Effluent based standards
||(Environmental Engineering) Standards which set concentration or mass per time limits on the effluent being discharged to a receiving water.