postheat

postheat

(ˌpəʊstˈhiːt)
vb (tr)
(Metallurgy) metallurgy to heat a material (usually metal) after welding or treating to relieve stresses
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2005), using high press temperature and time of postheat treatments, or using the acetylation method (Zhang et al.
The Uniflow3 also includes new postheat functions, as well as a fully functional idle heat function with a warm-up that features a slow ramp up of temperature to idle after power up.
The power supply also has new postheat functions, as well as a fully functional idle heat function with a warm-up that features a slow ramp up of temperature to idle after power up.
They qualify the effects of multipass hybrid welding on ASS microstructure, phase composition, weld postheat influence, and weld bead precipitated phase.
Briefly, gill samples were excised 48 b postheat shock, weighed, frozen in liquid nitrogen, and stored al -80[degrees]C.
Postheat treatment, however, gave satisfactory wet IB in 35F2C2.