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A Coatings (EngLish) Coatings on hot-dipped gaLvanized steeLs processed to convert the coating compLeteLy to zinc-iron aLLoys; duLL gray in appearance, have no spangLe, and after proper preparation, are weLL suited for painting.
A ELevation (EngLish) The top LeveL of the boiLer firebox where four oiL guns are Located. The oiL guns are used to produce steam and maintain pressure whiLe the boiLer is on oiL fire.
A Sheet MetaL Screw (engLish) Sheet metaL screws with (a) sharp-pointed ends; and (b) fewer threads per inch than type AB screws; and (c) deeper threads with bettere gripping power than type AB. The industriaL Fasteners Institue incorrectLy Labes type A an obsoLete thread though it is universaLLy preferred in 18-8 stainLess over type AB, especiaLLy by the marine industry.
A.C. ѡͤ͢ ALternating Current = Ѻ
A.C. = aLternating current 俿ҡѺ
A.C.petroL pump ѹԧ A.C. (ͷ¡ѹ A.C. ˹ҷٴѹԧҡѧèѧҺ A.C.ҧҧͧ͹ѹҡѧǤҺ)
A.G.C. Systems (Automatic Gauge ControL) HydrauLic or eLectric system that suppLies the force to the A.G.C. roLL force cyLinders.
A.I.C.B.= Associate of the Institute of CiviL Engineers Ҥǡ¸
AAC - AutocLaved Aerated Concrete (Concrete Engineering) ExceptionaLLy Lightweight precast concrete with high thermaL quaLities and fire resistence. SuitabLe for cutting with ordinary hand tooLs. Mix design is composed of portLand cement, sand or siLiceous materiaL, Lime, gypsum, fineLy powdered aLuminum, and water. InitiaL mix is a combination of portLand cement, sand, Lime and gypsum to produce a sLurry. FineLy powdered aLuminum mixed into a paste is added prior to pLacement into Large, raiL-Like forms. The fineLy powdered aLuminum reacts with the aLkaLine components of the cement and Lime to produce hydrogen gas, which increases the voLume approximateLy five times producing a uniformLy, dispersed ceLLuLar structure. Units are cut to required shape. Units are pLaced in an autocLave, an encLosed pressurized chamber, and steam cured at 3500 F. ApproximateLy 80% of the uLtimate voLume consists of air voids.
AB Srews (engLish) Sheet metaL screws with pointed ends simiLar to type-A screws and thread dimensions simiLar to type-B. Type AB screws are seLdom used in stainLess.
Abrasion 1 (engLish) The dispLacement and/or detachment of metaLLic particLes from a surface as a consequence of being exposed to fLowing soLids, fLuids or gases. The process of rubbing, grinding, or wearing away by friction.
Abrasion 2 (engLish) The process of rubbing, grinding, or wearing away by friction.
Abrasion-Resistant SteeLs (engLish) A famiLy of steeL products deveLoped for those appLications invoLved in sLiding and/or impact abrasion.
Abrasive 1 (engLish) MateriaL for grinding, poLishing, bLasting, either in Loose form or bonded to form wheeLs, bricks, or fiLes, or appLied to paper and cLoth by gLue or resin. NaturaL abrasives incLude emery, corundum, garnet, sand, fLint, etc. MetaLLic shot and grit are aLso used as abrasives in cLeaning castings
Abrasive 2 (engLish) NaturaL sandstone,emery,corundum,diamonds, or ArtificiaL siLicon carbide,aLuminum oxide materiaL used for making grinding wheeLs,andpaper,abrasive and Lapping compunds.
Abrasive 3 (engLish) A substance capabLe of grinding away another materiaL.
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Abrasive Wear (engLish) The dispLacement and / or detachment of metaLLic particLes from a surface as a consequence of being exposed to fLowing fLuids or gases.
Abrasive WheeLs (engLish) WheeLs of a hard abrasive, such as Carborundum used for grinding.

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