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carbon face blistering

Dutch translation: het bladderen van de koolstoflaag

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English term or phrase:carbon face blistering
Dutch translation:het bladderen van de koolstoflaag
Entered by: Jacques Wolse
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12:59 Jul 16, 2002
English to Dutch translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering / olie- en gaswinning
English term or phrase: carbon face blistering
One of the problems with these seals is that of carbon face blistering.
Tekst over eigenschappen van afdichtingen in pompen en compressoren
Jacques Wolse
Local time: 21:49
het bladderen van de koolstoflaag
Explanation:
Blistering is a critical concern with carbon-graphite seal materials. However, the explanation for why blistering occasionally occurs is not clear. One of the most popular explanations is that a certain amount of fluid becomes absorbed in the carbon substrate and expands due to frictional heat, thus creating a subsurface pressure and eventual crater in the seal face.

http://www.mamat.com/Seal Face Materials.html
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Marjon
United States
Local time: 13:49
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Precies wat ik nodig had!
Bedankt!
Jacques
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het bladderen van de koolstoflaag


Explanation:
Blistering is a critical concern with carbon-graphite seal materials. However, the explanation for why blistering occasionally occurs is not clear. One of the most popular explanations is that a certain amount of fluid becomes absorbed in the carbon substrate and expands due to frictional heat, thus creating a subsurface pressure and eventual crater in the seal face.

http://www.mamat.com/Seal Face Materials.html


Marjon
United States
Local time: 13:49
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Precies wat ik nodig had!
Bedankt!
Jacques

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