annealing point


annealing point
n точка відпалення

English-Ukrainian military dictionary. 2015.

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  • subcritical annealing — heating to, and holding at, some point below the critical temperature. Subsequent cooling may be in air. This form of heat treatment has a variety of uses depending on the temperature and specification of the steel, its purpose is often to soften …   Mechanics glossary

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