inherent glass defects

Lead glass, commonly called crystal, is a variety of glass in which lead replaces the calcium content of a typical potash glass. ... and may be caused by excess humidity as well as inherent defects in glass composition. He was granted a protective patent in 1673, where production moved from his glasshouse in the precinct of the Savoy, …

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Inherent defect size is related to ... Inherent defect size in quasiisotropic glassfiber ... Inherent Defect size: Calculation and use for Composite ...

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What is a "manufacturing defect"? ... because it’s an inherent part of the product’s design. A manufacturing defect, on the other hand, ...

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Design defects are in a manner of speaking, intended. This type of defect is inherent in the design of the product. For example, ...

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defects, manufacturing defects, improper handling) and not inherent material limitation. Glass Breakage an Industrywide Annoyance Although glass breakage events occur at every pharmaceutical company, the methods of strength or reliability testing and fracture analysis (fractography) remain relatively unknown and severely underutilised to …

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WINDSHIELD FACTS Defects Repair Replacement Safety Crack Prevention ... debris transmits to the glass and the amount of stress inherent in the area it strikes.

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UNESCO – EOLSS SAMPLE CHAPTERS MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING – Vol. III – Composite Defects and Their Detection R. A. Smith ©Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems (EOLSS) hand or machine. In either case there is the potential for the inclusion of foreign bodies

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Interstyle warrants its glass tile products to be free from manufacturing defects for the life of the product, subject to the following qualifications: Variations of color, shade and size are inherent of all burnt clay or glass materials. No claims with respect to color or shade variation will be accepted after installation. The buyer is ...

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Marketing defects are defects in the manner in which a product is sold. This type of defect can include inadequate warnings and/or instructions. Design defects are in a manner of speaking, intended. This type of defect is inherent in the design of the product. For example, a chair that is designed with only three legs might be …

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A lot of what we do relates to glass. It is a fascinating material and there are myriad ways in which combinations of heat treated or annealed, body tinted or clear, coated or uncoated glass can be combined in laminates and insulating glass units. Glass has inherent defects and the processes have inherent limitations as […]

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Download the Material Considerations section of ... All of this is perfectly normal and is part of the inherent beauty ... Glass and Stone Tile Installation and the ...

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Interstyle Glasshues ... Interstyle warrants its glass tile products to be free from manufacturing defects ... shade and size are inherent of all burnt clay or glass ...

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Flaws and Defects in Pottery or Glass The purpose of this glossary is to provide buyers and sellers with a common language for the condition of glass or pottery items.

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common defects 30 6. Common Defects A paint defect is in many cases due to a number of causes. In some cases, several defects may occur simultaneously and hinder the determination of the

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Inherent in the glass production process are microscopic imperfections in the glass, known as inclusions. Most of these are completely harmless, but nickel sulfide (NiS) inclusions have been shown to cause disastrous failure of tempered glass.

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Alteration of viewed images caused by variations in glass flatness and is an inherent characteristic of glass that has been heat treated. Double Bevel The surface edge of the glass on the face that is bevelled, the bevel consisting of two intersecting planes.

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Glasstyle – Buff; Glasstyle ... Interstyle warrants its glass tile products to be free from manufacturing defects for ... shade and size are inherent of all burnt ...

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INHERENT PROCESSING IN SERVICE DEFECTS. Discontinuities A break or gap Lack of continuity . Stress Corrosion crack .related to the various service conditions to which the material is of Discontinuities I. Service Discontinuities .

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of latent or inherent defects. Latent defects are normally defined as faults in the design, workmanship, materials, supervision, construction, ...

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One of the most burning topics in the glass industry is whether anisotropy is a defect or not? The majority of glass suppliers rely on the standards. These standards state that anisotropy is not a defect but an inherent part of the tempering process. This is true. Building designers and end clients refuse to accept glass with visible anisotropy ...

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inherent glass defects It is the nature of construction projects that faults and defects caused by failures in design, workmanship or materials, . Polishing to reveal microdefects on glass ScienceDirect. Polishing to reveal microdefects on glass , was used as a polishing slurry with a polyurethane polisher to gradually bring inherent defects to the glass . Patent defects …

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An understanding of the physical processes that contribute towards visual defects in glass is critical to categorising those defects which can be mitigated, those that can be reduced in severity and those which are inherent to the glass type and process. This exposes opportunities for enforcing fair visual assessment criteria.

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Diagnosing Glass Breakage. ... (defect) and that as long as that was inside the frame it wouldn’t be a problem and if the window did crack, it was under warrantee.

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The SMOK TFV12 Replacement Glass Tube is a durable supplementary glass made specifically for the two unparalleled SubOhm Tank in the industry, the TFV12 Cloud Beast King and TFV12 Prince SubOhm Tank.

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Industry Perspective on the Medical Risk of Visible Particles in Injectable Drug Products ... quality defects reported in 2005 and noted that 6% of all product quality defects were attributed to particles (4). Those particle defects that resulted in a recall would have been classified by EMA as either a class 2 (defects, ...

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Glaze defects are any flaws in the surface quality of a ceramic glaze, its physical structure or its interaction with the body. Body ...

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latent defect. n. a hidden flaw, weakness or imperfection in an article which a seller knows about, but the buyer cannot discover by reasonable inspection. It includes a …

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Glossary. Or the Glassary as ... Its purpose is to relieve induced stress inherent in the flat glass product to allow normal cold end cutting ... Glass defects that ...

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Glaze defects are any flaws in the surface quality of a ceramic glaze, its physical structure or its interaction with the body. Body/glaze interaction problems. Glaze defects can be as a result of the incompatibility of the body …

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defects on unwashed glass and to differentiate such from inherent dirt. Since the optical refraction is measured inside the glass, the ISRA System is, for the most part, not sensitive to dust and other

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A potential definition of inherent defect for a commercial lease “any defect in the premises or the building or in anything installed in or …

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Visual Quality Standard. ... film only and not to any defect inherent in the glass. 2. ... be regarded as defects. 4. The glass with applied film shall be viewed ...

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ly appearing as small specks, and are an inherent defect in the best quality of plate glass. Seeds about mm in diameter are usually considered coarse seeds. SHORT FINISH / (see Process surface defects) Insufficient polish or lack of brilliancy ; improperly finished surface that has the appearance of being slightly pitted and wavy when the …

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