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20:55 May 18, 2010
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Tech/Engineering - Metallurgy / Casting
Additional field(s): Materials (Plastics, Ceramics, etc.)
English term or phrase: annealing
Definition from Wikipedia:
Annealing, in metallurgy and materials science, is a heat treatment wherein a material is altered, causing changes in its properties such as strength and hardness.

Example sentence(s):
  • * Recuperated Vent. * Uniform Heating. * Lowest Cost Of Annealing. Dhanaprakash
  • This invention is related to the annealing of hypoeutectoid steels which exhibit a significant two phase region of ferrite and austenite, and is particularly related to hypoeutectoid steels with less than about 5% total alloy content. Free Patents Online
  • Abbott Furnace can supply an annealing furnace for practically any annealing operation including final, full, intermediate, partial and recrystallization annealing in varying time and temperature ranges. Abbott Furnace Company
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Definition from own experience or research:
Warmtebehandeling, met name van metalen en glas, om de structuur van het materiaal zodanig te wijzigen dat het beter aan een gebruiksdoel beantwoordt.

Example sentence(s):
  • temperen Procédé waarbij metaal, glas of een ander materiaal wordt verhit tot een temperatuur onder het transformatiepunt, en vervolgens gereguleerd wordt afgekoeld om zo de hardheid, sterkte of buigzaamheid ervan te veranderen. Categorie: Procédés en Technieken > technieken met betrekking tot temperatuur. -  

Termen voor specifieke vormen van tempering zijn, onder andere: harden, gloeien, uitgloeien, veredelen.
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