test.

test.

abbr.
1.
a. testator
b. testatrix
2. testimony
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Because there was no reliable test. Now we have the Sherlock Holmes' test, and there will no longer be any difficulty."
The little experience we had had with the strange hooked sword of the yellow man and his cuplike shield made it seem rather unlikely that either of us could pass this final test, but there was the chance that we might be quartered in the palace of Salensus Oll for several days after being accepted by Sorav before the Jeddak of Jeddaks would find time to put us to the final test.
You dispute it." (Cheers.) "Then I put you to the test. Will you accredit one or more of your own number to go out as your representatives and test my statement in your name?"
This loss of magnesium significantly affects refractory corrosion results and seriously impairs the test.
and usually at least two samples are required for the first two parts of the test. The last part of the test requires a sample that is a test deck that can be anywhere from 8 ft.
Trapped liquid migrates to the surface after a thin coating of absorbent material, or developer, is applied to the casting under test. The visibility of the trace amount of liquid withdrawn from the defect into the developer is enhanced by an additive that may be a very bright dye or a compound that radiates ultraviolet light.
The Ford motor oil and the ATF fluids, on the other hand, remained the same throughout the 3,000 hour test. Samples were tested at 168, 504, 1,008, 1,512.
The RPA uses the same sealed test cavity as the MDR, but has the added capability to vary frequency, amplitude of oscillation and temperature during a test. Because the test cavity is sealed under pressure, a wider range of test conditions can be tested than with other types of DMRTs.
This test standard is composed of five different actual tests - intermittent flame exposure; spread of flame test; bunting brand test; flying brand test and rain test.
Uncured compounds can be tested before cure, during cure and after cure in one test. In this way, a rubber compound can be characterized for processability, cure and final product properties in a single test.
Second, there is no indication how well the lab's results correlate with other labs performing the same test. In-house standards, where available, serve an important function, but cannot represent the sole means of assuring quality in the testing lab.
The three coat system had no loss of adhesion in the salt spray tests; but adhesion dropped to 58% rubber in the cathodic disbonding test. This shows that the cathodic disbonding tests is tough on rubber/metal bonds.