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According to a notification, the copy of which is available, Key Punch Operator at PSQCA Farrukh Talal, was suspended after the investigation by a committee which found the operator tempering two candidate cases of BPS 17 who obtained 40 marks in NUST test.
However, the matter of record tempering was prior to the appointment of his client, he said.
Although 200[degrees]C is commonly used as the tempering temperature, it is not suitable for every thermoplastic so the standard temperature was halved to see the influence of 100[degrees]C.
with maximum dimensions to size glass tempering 2 400 mm x 800 mm 4
In addition, the (110) diffraction peak of martensite phase of as-cast specimen is at lowest angle, and it deviates to higher angle after quenching and tempering (Figure 2).
Besides the local variation of the tempering stresses in the scale of several centimetres, on glass panels the value and character of the residual stresses depends also on the location on the panel.
The rheological changes occurring during the tempering process for the grains were monitored by a broad-band oscillatory squeezing flow technique developed by the researchers.
Furthermore, unlike martempering, no subsequent tempering operation is required.
As a result, Costa says, the tempering is not affected by localized annealing, so the large-fragment problem is eliminated.
Tempering practices can dramatically affect ceramic performance and may change along with cooking technology, food production, settlement, and other population characteristics in co-evolutionary adaptive relationships (Arnold 1985:202-230; Braun 1987; Bronitsky 1986; Buikstra et al.
In particular, these researchers are working on models to improve the tempering process used to make shells for filled chocolates, such as those in boxes of assorted candies.
Cryocon Inc has announced that Thiokol, a division of Cordant Technologies Inc agreed to use the Company's proprietary Deep Cryogenic Tempering process to increase wear-resistance and durability in parts.