Depending on the purpose for which they are intended, the screen
apertures have different sizes and geometries.
Although the screen
is technically part of Toll's science and mathematics' department, other departments and extracurricular groups are encouraged to use it.
For instance, the screen
order from breaker plate to screw might go 20 mesh/40 mesh/60 mesh.
Fashioned during one of the protracted cold war's wary phases, the screen
tests are oblique commentaries on what Avital Ronell has called, in another context, the "rhetoric of testing": Parodies of nuclear-defense tests, Warhol's screen tests interrogate what it means to be a good, tractable visible citizen.
The radiation that passes through the object strikes the phosphor layers of the screen
, causing them to fluoresce, which in turn exposes the film.
From a statistical process control (SPC) standpoint, a single value for the screen
distribution would be beneficial.
Hammer likes the quality of product he gets from the screens
, but cautions that when using a star as the primary screen, one must do presorting to remove long, stringy materials that can wrap around the stars.
After the screen
is set for 1, the screener can read the defense and come back toward the ball at the high-post area or go on down to the new weakside low post area.
Steve Cohen, president of The Screen
Machine, Reynoldsburg, Ohio, says that after the product mix has been determined, concrete and asphalt recyclers should consider how they will feed the machine.
will be going up in the Ontario Mills Mall in Ontario, Calif.
The unit is supported on a circular base by springs, allowing the screen
assembly to vibrate freely without transmitting vibration to the plant floor.
Switch the screen
at the point where X1 now guards Wing 2 and X2 defends the original penetrator, 1 (Diag.