Schichtdicke

English translation: coat or coating thickness

06:25 May 19, 2000
German to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering
German term or phrase: Schichtdicke
Quality control procedures
Nick Smith
English translation:coat or coating thickness
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naSlice thickness
Oliver French
nacoat or coating thickness
Dan McCrosky (X)
naFilm Thickness, Coating Thickness
Iain Purvis
nathickness of film / layer / ply
Agius Language & Translation


  

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thickness of film / layer / ply


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16 mins
Film Thickness, Coating Thickness


Explanation:
Generally applied to protective coatings, paint finishes, etc.


    Reference: http://www.quickdic.de/e_dic.html
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17 mins
coat or coating thickness


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2 hrs
Slice thickness


Explanation:
Schichtdicke is a term used in Doppler ultrasound and applies to the thickness of the line representing a membrane in the Schallsektor at the point at which it is reflected. There is a Schichtdickenartefakt, which can distort Doppler ultrasound readings. Synonym for the artefakt is Randartefakt

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