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The use of heat for therapeutic purposes in medicine or to modify the properties of a material, especially in metallurgy
A combination of heating and cooling operations and applied to a metal or alloy to produce desired properties and microstructures
Heat treatment is the heating of stones to a high temperature in order to enhance the color or clarity For example, blue-green aquamarine becomes blue with heat treatment and brown zircon becomes blue or clear chromium 02%, and zinc 02%; the remaining 0 16 percent is sulfur, chlorine, and water
An operation or combination of operations involving the heating and cooling of a metal or an alloy in the solid state for the purpose of obtaining certain desirable conditions or properties Heating and cooling for the sole purpose of mechanical working are excluded from the meaning of the definition
heating and cooling a solid metal or alloy in such a way as to obtain desired conditions or properties Heating for the sole purpose of hot working is excluded from the meaning of this definition
A process where solid steel or components manufactured from steel are subject to treatment by heating to obtain required properties, e g softening, normalizing, stress relieving, hardening Heating for the purpose of hot-working as in the case of rolling or forging is excluded from this definition
A combination of heating and cooling operations, timed and applied to a metal or alloy in the solid state in a way that produces desired properties
The process in which a commodity is heated until it reaches a minimum temperature for a minimum period of time according to an officially recognized technical specification [ISPM Pub N° 15, 2002]
the tempering process which is used to increase the strength of annealed (AN) glass
Heating and cooling a solid metal or alloy in such a way as to obtain desired conditions or properties
Method used to alter an alloys properties (e g annealing is to soften, whilst other treatments are to harden)
Altering the properties of a metal by subjecting it to a sequence of temperature changes, time of retention at specific temperature and rate of cooling therefrom being as important as the temperature itself Heat treatment usually markedly affects strength, hardness, ductility, malleability, and similar properties of both metals and their alloys
thermal process to increase hardness, usually to high carbon or alloy finished parts
A viral inactivation (viral destruction) method that heats factor when in a dry state to a high temperature for a certain amount of time without damaging the effectiveness of the factor molecule
any of a number of various operations involving heating and cooling that are used to impart specific properties to metals; examples are tempering, quenching, annealing, etc
Altering the properties of stainless steel by subjecting it to a series of temperature changes To increase the hardness, strength, or ductility of stainless steel so that it is suitable for additional applications
WHAT Altering the properties of steel by subjecting it to a series of temperature changes
An aboriginal process by which the flaking properties of a rock were improved by controlled heating in a fire
A combination of heating and cooling operations timed and applied to a metal in a solid state in a way that will produce desired properties
The application of heat to metals to produce desired qualities of hardness, toughness, or softness
Applying heat to a stone to bring out potential color inherent to the material This is an acceptable treatment that is often used on materials such as sapphire and aquamarine
various operations (such as tempering, quenching, and annealing) that use heating and cooling to impart specific properties to metals
heat treatment

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    heat treat·ment

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    hit tritmınt

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    /ˈhēt ˈtrētmənt/ /ˈhiːt ˈtriːtmənt/

    Etimoloji

    [ 'hEt ] (verb.) before 12th century. Middle English heten, from Old English h[AE]tan; akin to Old English hAt hot.

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