The commissioner said the disadvantage of leadite, however, is that it has a different coefficient of thermal expansion than that of the pipe it seals.
What does COTE stand for?
COTE stands for Coefficient of Thermal Expansion
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
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We have 11 other meanings of COTE in our Acronym Attic
- Cult of the Dolphin
- Customer of the Day
- Case of the Dumb Asses
- Company of the Drunken Wyvern (computer game)
- Canadian Office of Technology Exchange in Environment
- Care of the Elderly (health)
- Center of the Earth
- Children on the Edge
- Choirs of the Eye (Kayo Dot music album)
- Circle of the Earth (web comic)
- Committee on the Environment (American Institute of Architect)
- Council on Teacher Education
- Council on the Environment (various organizations)
- Creature of the Ether
- Cooperación Tecnológica (Spanish: Technological Cooperation; various locations)
- Council of Occupational Therapists for the European Countries (est. 1986)
- Council for Trade and Economic Development (CARICOM)
- Committee for Teacher Education Through Distance Education (RSA)
- Comision de Trabajo Ecumenico Dominicano, Inc. (Dominican Republic)
- Church of the Enlightened Pistolero
Samples in periodicals archive:
Some of these properties will include first, second and third order transitions, coefficient of thermal expansion and contraction, modulus, energy adsorption dampening, heat capacity, thermal diffusivity, thermal conductivity, along with software and heat transfer data to model and build heat management systems.
To prevent these defects, the metal wafer substrate ideally possesses the same coefficient of thermal expansion (CTE) as sapphire.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] The new Ultrason's coefficient of thermal expansion is about as high as that of aluminium, and in contrast to semi-crystalline polymers, the new material exhibits almost linear and isotropic thermal expansion between 25 and 200[degrees]C.
rex 541 for use by customers who extrude sheets and films that can be thermoformed to finished components, saying that it is "ideal for applications in several industries": medical--for use in sterilizable trays and equipment; aerospace--meets flame, smoke and toxicity requirements for use in aircraft interior applications; and semiconductor--provides high stiffness and a low coefficient of thermal expansion for use in chip carriers.
267 QC611 Physicists from around the world synthesizes research on the phenomenon, with an emphasis on superconducting composite wires or tapes, which are subjected to stresses such as residual stresses arising from the mismatch of the coefficient of thermal expansion among the constituents, tensile and bending stresses during winding to make coils, and electromagnetic force in operation.
The low coefficient of thermal expansion and the dimensional stability of Victrex Peek polymer also solved the problem that lower performance polymers could not.
Precise knowledge of the coefficient of thermal expansion (CTE) can be utilized to estimate the thermal stresses.