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the hollow stem moves relative to the container, but there is no relative displacement between the billet and the container. Therefore, this process is characterized by the absence of friction between the billet surface and the container, and there is no displacement NAVSEA Instructions LibraryNAVSEA Instructions Library. Document Date. Name. Category. Subject. 6/21/2002. 01001-002G.pdf. 1000 - 1999 Military Personnel. RESERVE EXECUTIVE STEERING COMMITTEE (RESC) AND RESERVE POLICY STEERING GROUP (RPSG) AND NAVSEA ENLISTED RESERVE MANAGEMENT ADVOCACY COUNCIL (NERMAC) FOR NAVAL RESERVE PROGRAM 29. PROCEDURE 8000 FABRICATION STANDARDS The tolerance of the depth of the hole shall be defined on the drawing. 2.2 Hole Diameter Tolerances 2.2.1 When a drawing calls for a hole and specifies the hole diameter and tolerance, the drawing tolerance shall take precedence. 2.2.1 When the drawing calls for a hole without tolerance on the hole dimension, the tolerance block shall apply.
Hinge pins Made of plastic (PBT) or stainless steel Side view scale 1:1 Available surface pattern and opening area 40 (1.57) Sprockets in different sizes with round or square sprocket bore Wheelstopper tolerance [%] C c x W B r2 r3 r4 r5 mm 40.0 6.0 18.0 9.0 0.0 80.0 20.0 ±0.2 40.0 80.0 120.0 40.0 SUBSTITUTE MATERIAL (JIS, BS, DIN ) FOR ASTM Gr C G 3101 SS400 4360 Gr 40D 17100 St44-2 Gr D G 3101 SS400 4360 Gr 43A/B/C/D 17100 St44-2 Note (1):For cold rolled sheet and strip, use corresponding SUS-CP and SUS-CS steels, according to JIS G 4305 and G4307, respectively. Note (2):Specify mechanical properties, test and inspection in accordance with ASTM.Chapter 3:Design Loads for Residential Buildingsbuildings. In general, the design loads recommended in this guide are based on applicable provisions of the ASCE 7 standardMinimum Design Loads for Buildings and Other Structures (ASCE, 1999). The ASCE 7 standard represents an acceptable practice for building loads in the United States and is recognized in virtually all U.S. building codes.