The act of abrading, wearing, or rubbing off; the wearing away by friction; as, the abrasion of coins.
The substance rubbed off.
A superficial excoriation, with loss of substance under the form of small shreds.
A form of mechanical weathering that occurs when loose fragments or particles of rocks and minerals that are being transported, as by water or air, collide with each other or scrape the surfaces of stationary rocks.
a portion of skin that has been scraped away
Removal of material due to a frictional contact.
A superficial wound.
The act or result of surface rubbing during laundering or normal wear. Synthetic threads have superior abrasion resistance to cellulosic threads. Nylon threads like Anefil(tm) or Anecord® have excellent abrasion resistant characteristics. Perma Core® has good abrasion resistance and chemical resistance needed in many pre-washed garments.
Migration of foreign material which enters the fluid stream from system components that wear from close tolerances, vibration, or shock.
It is the cause of the consumption of the tread and is determined by friction between the tread and the ground. It is heightened for instance by temperature increases, different pressure than the nominal one, etc....
A scraped area or spot.
Failure caused by rubbing.
process: rocks that are transported by the river wear away the riverbed
the surface loss of material due to frictional forces
erosion by friction
the wearing down of rock particles by friction due to water or wind or ice
a friction burn
a scraped area which can be caused by persistent rubbing
a scraping of the surface of the cornea
a sore place on the skin caused by rubbing
a superficial injury, commonly known as a 'graze' or 'scratch'
A minor wound in which the surface of the skin or a mucous membrane is worn away by rubbing or scraping.
Scraping of the skin; excoriation.
The mechanical wearing of surface resulting from frictional contact with materials or objects.
to wear down by being rubbed against.
Wear due to friction. aperture The clear opening size, as in length, width or diameter of the opening. Apertures may also involve special shapes such as rectangular (oblong) or triangular configurations. aperture pad The device (tooling) utilized in the molding process that determines the shape and size of the aperture. One aperture pad usually provides a multiple of individual apertures.. blinding Filling in and clogging of the screen apertures. This problem when encountered, may be corrected by increasing the "taper" or "draft angle" of the apertures. When replacing wire cloth with Polyurethane, describe in detail the nature of any blinding problems. With the correct taper angle (draft) blinding problems can usually be eliminated.
The mechanical wearing away of a rock by friction, rubbing, scraping, or grinding.
A paint loss caused by excess friction during improper varnish removal or a varnish loss caused by friction.
The wearing away of the land by rivers, glaciers and the sea armed with a load of debris. (Also known as corrasion). erosion
scrape on the horse's skin
The wearing away of a surface by rubbing or scraping.
scraping away of portion of skin or mucus membrane
Wearing away of enamel on teeth. This may be caused by normal grinding, friction or incorrect brushing of teeth.
The wearing away by friction. As rubbing against another surface can damage glass filaments, they are coated with a size to prevent filament breakage during manufacturing and further processing.
Any superficial scraping of skin tissue or mucous membrane mechanically or through injury.
The loss of tooth structure at the gumline area, usually caused by improper brushing technique with a hard toothbrush.
a superficial rub or wearing off of the skin, usually caused by a scrape or "brush burn."
Wear on the dirty side of the cloth.
The mechanical wearing away of rock surfaces by friction and impact of rock particles transported by wind, ice, waves, running water, or gravity or The wearing away of diamonds, drill-bit matrices, and drill-stem equipment by frictional contact with the rock material penetrated or by contact with the cuttings produced by the action of the drill bit in drilling a borehole.
Wearing away of the skin through rubbing or friction.
The effect of abrasion on a painted surface is to wear away the paint coating.
Wearing away of a surface in service by action such as rubbing, scraping or erosion.
The physical wearing of sediment grains by frictional contact and impact during fluvial transport; Abrasion is not a part of WILSIM but is an important fluvial process.
A wearing away by friction; a scraped or worn area.
A scrape, minimal bleeding with possible intense pain.
The process of wearing down or rubbing away by means of friction.
wearing away of a tooth due to abrasiveness
Loss of tooth structure from mechanical wear other than chewing.
Any injury which rubs off the surface of the skin.
depletion of line strength due to nicks and frays caused by, but not limited to, rubbing up against hard objects such as rocks and tree branches.
Frictional surface wear on the wires of a wire rope.
The process of rubbing, grinding, or wearing away by friction.
Surface wear on the wires of a wire rope Common Strand - Galvanized strand made of galvanized iron wire whose grade is common iron
That which is rubbed off.
Rubbing or friction that causes wear on a surface.
The wear and rubbing of the surface of a fabric.
Wearing away of the skin through some mechanical process (friction or trauma).
Frictional EROSION by material transported by wind and WAVES.
The deformation or wearing away of a surface material due to frictional forces and/or impact engendered by a nearby body or element.
The wear caused by rubbing
Wearing, grinding, or rubbing away by friction. Abrasion is usually due to the presence of foreign matter such as dirt, grit, or metallic particles in the lubricant.
Abrasion is the wearing away of a solid surface film by friction. For example, an abrasive hand pad can sometimes be used to remove stubborn marks from hard surfaces. It is important to use an abrasive material that will not damage the restroom surface being cleaned.
The wearing away or cleaning by friction. Abrasion can also relate to the wearing away of a floor finish film by friction.
Abnormal loss of tooth structure due to non-masticatory physical friction.
General wearing of a surface by constant scratching, due to the presence of foreign matter such as metallic particles grit, or dirt in the lubricant. It may also cause a break down of material (such as gears tooth's surfaces). Lack of lubrication may result in abrasion.
the process that occurs when sand, stones, and pebbles move and scrape across Earth's surface, acting like sandpaper to pit and polish the surface
Latin abrasio "scraping down" The destructive effect of the rolling sea on the coasts. Also known as ocean-abrade.
The scraping or wearing away by friction (rubbing)
The mechanical wearing, grinding, scraping or rubbing away (or down) of paver surface by friction or impact, or both.
a scraping injury that carries away a surface of skin and causes bleeding.
Wearing away by friction. Glass is highly resistant to abrasion by other materials, but can be damaged through contact with itself. A lubricant is used during processing and fabrication to prevent abrasion.
A wearing of away of material by friction.
Action of wearing down or rubbing away something by friction.
The mechanical wearing or grinding away of rock surfaces by the friction and impact of rock particles transported by wind, ice, waves, running water, or gravity.
n: wearing away by friction.
A wound in which the surface of the skin is rubbed away by blunt trauma.
The process of scraping or wearing hair away. Causing partial or complete absence of hair from areas.
the wearing down of tooth structure due to frictional wear.
A scraping away of a portion of the skin.
The result of particles or surfaces wearing away a coating. A typical example would be the effect of blown sand.
Damage to the surface of an object caused by friction such as rubbing or scraping.
The abnormal wearing away of tooth substance by a mechanical process.
wearing away of material in small shreds
Mechanical deterioration of a surface by actions such as rubbing, scraping, or erosion.
The action of wearing away a floors finish film by friction.
An abrasion is an injury that happens when the skin is scraped off after it rubs against another surface.
A wound caused by scraping the skin.
Abrasion as a human sexual practice involves sexual arousal from contact with abrasive substances. This can be person-to-person as in a harsh rubbing of the skin known as a dutch rub or with various substances such as scratchy wool or thistles. Use of harsh abrasives such as sandpaper or steel wool will likely cause lasting injury.
Abrasion is mechanical scraping of a rock surface by friction between rocks and moving particles during their transport in wind, glacier, waves, gravity or running water.