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dial gauge

n
(Mechanical Engineering) another name for an indicator6
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"Pressure canners make it possible to preserve low-acid foods, and over time, the dial gauge may become inaccurate and need calibration," said Laura Barr, a University of Illinois Extension nutrition and wellness educator.
The joint distortion values [gamma] (Figure 8) were based on the average of dial gauge measurements in the joint region (Bertero, Popov, and Tang 1974), as indicated by the expression
Today's pressure canner may have a dial gauge for indicating the pressure or a weighted gauge, for indicating and regulating the pressure.
The instrumentation for proposed technique requires two perspex plates bolted with two steel angle pieces separately, two dial gauges with stand and a fixed reference platform for dial gauge seating.
Model ME1C has full fluoropolymer flowpath and comes with optional vent control valve with dial gauge, enabling variable fine adjustment of pumping speed.
These methods include pressure profiles (NCR strips), staining (copper sulfate), micrometer/depth dial gauge, roll impressions, noncontact measurement, and IPC/McMahon abrasiveness.
An optional vent control valve with dial gauge enables variable fine adjustment of the pumping speed.