As dwell time improves, more training can take place.
What does DT stand for?
DT stands for Dwell Time
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- Driver Training
- Drug Tariff
- Drug Therapy
- Drunk Tank
- Drunken Tiger (band)
- Dual Tone
- Ducktales (cartoon)
- Duct Tape
- Dunk Tank
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This innovation helps our customers reduce total cost by substantially decreasing necessary dwell time to obtain required seal strengths," said Bob Flaherty, innovation engineer for Ampac.
Hanatek says the standard also calls for sled placement with fixed dwell time because hand placement of the sled leads to uncertain results for static slip: the fixed dwell time ensures that all samples have the same amount of contact time before testing, without which there can be inconsistencies on certain coatings/plastic formulations.
Contact length, or the distance a lead travels through the wave Immersion depth affects contact length, which in turn determines dwell time (Figure 1).
Energy savings is said to be another key benefit, especially when considering longer dwell time applications.
injection speed is 200 mm/sec, and a Long Holding Pressure (LP) feature allows for dwell times up to 200 sec at 19,575 psi for molding thick parts.