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What does NC stand for?
NC stands for Non-Circular
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We have 130 other meanings of NC in our Acronym Attic
- Nodal Controller
- Node Center
- Noise Coefficient (manufacturing specification)
- Noise Criterion
- Nolo Contendere (Latin: No Contest; court plea)
- Nominal Correction (US NASA)
- Nominating Committee
- Non Combative
- Non Communiqué (French)
- Non Conformance
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It is the only technology that can span a size range of 4 to 120 inches in diameter; renew pipes with bends, diameter changes or non-circular geometries (i.
Recently, researchers have further extended the coring experiment to include non-circular channels (18-20) and non-Newtonian coating liquids (5-8).
 extend this work to non-circular microchannels of large hydraulic diameters, greater than 1130 [micro]m.
The system is manually loaded and is capable of checking dimensional characteristics and surface quality attributes for circular, non-circular and other complex shapes on one side.
These polynomials are defined by the condensation rule applied to the non-circular word [x.
The aim of this study is to reduce the periodic roll force fluctuation of a roller unit resulting from the spring in the bearing assemblies of rolls by machining the external roll surface for a non-circular geometry capable of reducing the fluctuation of the roll force in the rolling process.
All of these correlations estimate turbulent friction factor for purely viscous non-Newtonian fluids flowing in circular and non-circular geometries.