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AWWA FIBERGLASS SET - AWWA FIBERGLASS SET
AWWA
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SPI FIBERGLASS PANELS - FIBERGLASS REINFORCED PANELS, REC INSTALL PRACTICE
SPI
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MPIF CERAMIC INJECTION - CERAMIC INJECTION MOLDING
MPIF
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CTI CERAMIC INDEX - CERAMIC TILE INSTITUTE OF AMERICA
CTI/TILE
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NASA-HDBK-6007 - HANDBOOK FOR RECOMMENDED MATERIAL REMOVAL PROCESSES FOR ADVANCED CERAMIC TEST SPECIMENS AND COMPONENTS
July 17, 2018 - NASA

Purpose The purpose of this NASA Technical Handbook is to cover recommended material removal processes (i.e., machining or grinding) for advanced ceramics and glasses, which are referred to as "ceramics" in this NASA Technical Handbook. It is applicable to both test specimens and components,...

JIS OPTICAL INSTRUMENTS - JIS Optical Instruments Handbook
January 1, 2013 - JSA
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Design, Manufacturing and Applications of Composites; Proceedings of the 9th Canada-Japan Workshop Conf.
March 1, 2013 - DESTECH

Based on research papers presented in July 2012 at the Kyoto Institute of Technology, the ninth book in the Canada-Japan Composites Workshop series contains 43 chapters on new ways of fabricating FRP, ceramic, wood, and natural fiber composites and improving their functionality in...

IEEE MAGNETO-OPTICAL - MAGNETO-OPTICAL RECORDING MATERIALS
IEEE
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MIL-PRF-24792 - ADHESIVE, EPOXY, TWO PART, FIBER OPTICS
October 1, 1999 - NPFC

This specification covers the requirements of a 100 percent solid epoxy adhesive for bonding optical fibers to metal and ceramic fiber optic connector and terminus ferrules.

ASTM E2582 - Standard Practice for Infrared Flash Thermography of Composite Panels and Repair Patches Used in Aerospace Applications
July 1, 2007 - ASTM

This practice describes a procedure for detecting subsurface flaws in composite panels and repair patches using Flash Thermography (FT), in which an infrared (IR) camera is used to detect anomalous cooling behavior of a sample surface after it has been heated with a spatially uniform light pulse...

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