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|French to English translations [PRO]|
|French term or phrase: une face de pose bombée opposée|
|Assemblage de plaques d’usure|
La présente invention concerne un système de blindage pour un broyeur rotatif comprenant une virole cylindrique rotative destinée à tourner autour de son axe longitudinal et à contenir de la matière à broyer et une charge d’engins broyants, le système de blindage étant constitué de plaques de blindage individuelles rangées en anneaux juxtaposés fixés à la paroi intérieure de la virole, chaque plaque de blindage comprenant une face de travail inclinée s’étendant entre un pied de plaque et une tête de plaque et une face de pose bombée opposée tournée vers la surface intérieure de la virole.
|A rest face curved in the opposite direction|
an opposite convex rest face
an opposite curved rest face
Pimbley's Dictionary of Heraldry - R
... Hence it is sometimes called an organ rest. ... Reverted - Bent or curved twice in opposite
directions, like the letter S ... disk; if of a color, it is convex, half a ...
digiserve.com/heraldry/pimb_r.htm - 10k - Cached - Similar pages
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Draw an inclined line from a horizontal line
That is your "face de travail". Now, from the top end of that line, draw a sharply curved, possibly re-entrant line back down to the horizontal line, concave face uppermost.
Let's assume you have the straight inclined line on the left, the concave line (face de pose) on the right. Now, deform the horizonal bottom line so it bulges downwards as if it fitted into a circle. You now have this plate inside your crusher drum. Now, rotate the drum anti-clockwise. What happens is that the concave "face de pose" moves up and around the circle. As it reaches the 90° position on the RH side, it forms a nice cradle into which any rod or ball it has picked up as it rotates could sit and be lifted to the top of the drum, where, as the plate got closer to the top, the rod or balls would become dislodged and fall to the bottom of the drum. Since the rods or balls falling are more likely to fall on the LH side of the drum, they are more likely to strike the inclined or working face of the plates at the bottom, crushing any intermediary material between themselves and those inclined faces.
Now - beware - , this answer is purely hypothetical and of my own invention, based on what sense I can make of the words given. The "face de pose" would be so called because the bars and rods will "pose themselves" on it and be raised to the top. "Resting face", "holding face", "lifting face", "lodging face", "engaging face", etc. maybe???
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