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  • Selecting A Cold Plate Technology
    To select the best cold plate for your application, you need to know the cooling fluid flow rate, the fluid inlet temperature, the heat load of the devices attached to the cold plate, and the maximum desired cold plate surface temperature, Tmax. From these you can determine the maximum allowable
  • Diamond Plate Aluminum Restoration
    Walking downtown we have all come across a piece of faded diamond plate, often times it is in extremely bad shape. Diamond plate aluminum is used for hatch covers and at crosswalks to prevent slips and falls for pedestrians but is a softer alloy by nature and may wear easily in high traffic
  • Shell and Plate, Worth the Wait
    Plate heat exchangers have been used for many years in the hydrocarbon industry. The advantages of plate heat exchangers became more apparent with the introduction of the gasket free all welded plate heat exchangers in the early 1990s. However the more traditional all welded heat exchangers
  • Understanding Battery Plate Formation
    This Technical Note describes the process of plate formation of a lead-acid battery and shows a case history of its affect on a battery's internal resistance as formation takes place
  • What is Hot Plate Welding?
    The process of hot plate welding uses a heated platen to melt the joining surfaces of the two halves of a thermoplastic part. The part halves are brought into contact with a precisely heated platen for a predetermined period.
  • Retardation Plate Theory (.pdf)
    A retardation plate is an optically transparent material which resolves a beam of polarized light into two orthogonal components; retards the phase of one component relative to the other; then recombines the components into a single beam with new polarization characteristics.
  • Retardation Plate Theory
    A retardation plate is an optically transparent material. which resolves a beam of polarized light into two orthogonal. components; retards the phase of one component relative. to the other; then recombines the components into a single. beam with new polarization characteristics.
  • Beamsplitters: Cube or plate?
    All you need to split a beam into two beams is a single partially reflective plane surface, and something to hold it up. That surface can be the first surface of a plate, or the interior diagonal surface of a cube formed by mating two right-angle prisms. In this installment we'll examine

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