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Coring

Coring is a member of the word family core, included in the Academic Word List by Dr. Averil Coxhead, which contains the 570 most frequent word families used in academic texts from a variety of subject areas, of interest for students that learn the words most needed to study at tertiary institutions.

Character

Coring a.k.a. Dioscoro Derecho is a fictional character from the 1978 film Ang Tatay Kong Nanay.

Miscellanea

Coring happens when a heated alloy, such as a Cu-Ni system, cools in non-equilibrium conditions. This causes the exterior of the material to harden faster than the interior. Coring causes the centers of the grains to retain more of the higher melting temperature element. In this case, the dendrite arms formed from the exterior have a different composition than the alloy in the inner regions, resulting in a local compositional difference.It does not have good performance.

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Google previewModules and Comodules (2008)

by Tomasz Brzezinski, José Luis Gomez-Pardo, Ivan Shestakov, Patrick F. Smith

co-Frobenius coring is an A-coring C such that there is an injective morphism from C to ∗C (C∗...

Google previewGeology in Petroleum Production (1985)

by A.J. Dikkers

However, coring is a very time-consuming operation, often not devoid of danger for the drillhole, and thus is expensive. In practice it should therefore only be applied if a very accurate prognosis can be made of the depth at which the interval to ...

Google previewCreeping Bentgrass Management, Second Edition (2012)

by Peter H. Dernoeden

coring.in.the.absence.of.sand.topdressing.and. FIGURE 2.30 Sod lifting during coring is a sure sign of weak root systems and causes additional injury that extends recovery time. (Photo courtesy of S. McDonald.) ...

Google previewInterfacial Phenomena in Petroleum Recovery (1990)

by Norman R. Morrow

The main problem during coring is that the core is at least partially flushed with mud filtrate. In most drilling operations, mud formulations are designed with drilling mud rheology as the foremost consideration. Chapter 8, by R. Wunderlich, ...

Google previewOceanic Basalts (2012)

by P.A. Floyd

However, dart coring is a simple and cost-effective system for recovering submarine basement rocks. 2.7.3 Drilling The techniques developed on land for drilling oil wells have been successfully applied to drilling in the deep ocean for scientific ...

Google previewGlobal Fisheries Systems and Their Resource Management Implications, Law of the Sea Alternatives (1974)

Environmental Impact Statement

Impulse Cores Impulse coring is a one motion operation (Figure l8-iv). The core barrel is driven into the sediment by either gravity (free-fall) or an explosive mechanism. The core yields information on the kind, quality, and thickness of the ...

Google previewThe Cayman Islands (1994)

Natural History and Biogeography by M. A. Brunt

Nevertheless, the additional data currently being obtained from the drilling and coring means that our understanding of the geological framework of these islands is constantly being refined. Tectonic setting The three Cayman Islands are sited ...

Google previewGrass Tennis Courts (2000)

How to Construct and Maintain Them by J. Perris

HOLLOW CORING Hollow coring is an effective means of relieving compaction at the end of a playing season, removing thatch or a poor soil to allow for the introduction of a better medium. This type of aeration takes out a core of material, ...

Google previewArchitectural Building Construction (1910)

by Walter Robert Jaggard, Francis Edson Drury

Coring is an operation necessary in pargetted ...

Google previewGeology of Michigan (1970)

by John Adam Dorr, Donald F. Eschman

Coring is an expensive procedure, but may be justified when the need for information is great; for example, when a drill begins to approach an anticipated oil or gas producing level, when the porosity and permeability of a reservoir rock must ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Well Log...

by Robert Desbrandes

INTRODUCTION Formation samples are generally obtained by mechanical coring during drilling. However, there are many instances in which core samples must be taken in drilled intervals which open-hole logs show to be of particular ...

Google previewCraftsman's Construction Installation Encyclopedia (2004)

by Stephen Diller, Janelle Diller

Coring,. and. Drilling. Concrete. You may need to make alterations in new or existing concrete to accommodate errors, changes in plans, or for remodeling work. You can cut, saw, core and drill concrete to allow for electrical conduit runs, ...

Google previewWörterbuch GeoTechnik/Dictionary Geotechnical Engineering (2014)

by Helmut Herrmann, Herbert Bucksch

turbine, [ Hohlwellenturbine mit coring turbine Kernbohrung f○ core drilling, core drilled hole, coring Kernbrecher m [Von Bohrern und Schrämköpfen] ○ core breaker pick ...

Google previewDictionary of Petroleum Exploration, Drilling & Production, 2nd Edition (2014)

by Norman Hyne Ph.D.

corebox | coring core box a wooden box used to ship and store cores. It is ≥3 ft ( ≥0.9 m) long and is marked with core number, box number, and top and bottom. core catcher a ring with inward-bending metal strips used in the inner core ...

Google previewDictionary of Metals (2012)

by Harold M. Cobb

core coring TECHNICAL NOTE 4 (continued) and certain brasses, bronzes, and cupronickels are used extensively for automobile radiators, heat exchangers, home heating systems, panels for absorbing solar energy, and various other ...

Google previewInstant encyclopaedia of geography (1993)

by Shatrughna Prasad Sinha

Coring the Ooze It has recently been possible to take samples of the deep-sea oozes by ...

Google previewConcise Dictionary of Materials Science (2002)

Structure and Characterization of Polycrystalline Materials by Vladimir Novikov

Coring is also known as dendritic (or core) segregation. 29 30 corundum X L L A B α X s.

Google previewEncyclopedia of Western Atlantic Shipwrecks and Sunken Treasure (2006)

by Victoria Sandz, Robert F. Marx

Coring Device Coring devices are used to determine the overall perimeters and depth of a shipwreck when it is buried in mud or silt. They can also be e›ective on sandy bottoms or even in soft coral growth. Those used by marine geologists ...

Google previewDictionary of Artifacts (2008)

by Barbara Ann Kipfer

[coring (n.)] core borer: a hollow tubelike instrument used to collect samples of soils, pollens, and other materials from below the surface. The cylinder of soil, etc ., that is collected is called the core. The core is undisturbed and the sediment ...

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Scrabble value of C3O1R1I1N1G2

The value of this 6-letter word is 9 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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