- n. Plural form of flange.
“In the fulling mill a large wooden axle, bearing two flanges, is turned by a water-wheel.”
“Connecting the flanges is a vertical web which may be a solid plate or a system of bracing bars.”
“Its forging unit near Vadodara will manufacture forged rings for WTGs namely flanges for tabular towers, gear rim, ring gear for gear boxes and bearing rings which will be supplied to WTG or WTG component manufacturers.”
“Under the contract, the family-owned firm will supply steel plus fittings such as flanges and floor plates to the nuclear site for three years.”
“In order to check the contour of a prototype, it is measured in two stages: once directly after thermal forming and a second time after the assembly of add-on components such as flanges or brackets.”
“Gerald counted materials over and over—flanges, metal bits, boards, panels, boxes of screws and nails and brackets, and every day he and the crew studied the plans and the many minute changes that could throw everything off if overlooked.”
“The derelict Methodist chapel for quarry workers was filled with files of purchase orders for drill tubes and flanges and boxes of stone core samples; it had a planning notice for conversion into a holiday let.”
“He managed to drop the pot back on the burner without upsetting it, the harsh clatter of metal on metal startling his wife, who shot him a glance out of enlarging eyes, and though he wanted to cry out, to curse and shout and dance through his pain, he just bit his finger at the knuckle and let the tears roll down both flanges of his nose.”
“Instead of using the 3-piece hub shells with thread-on flanges, the newer Tricon hubs are machined from a single piece of aluminum.”
“Pieces of centrifuges, from the six-foot cylinders to flanges, were in packing crates.”
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