A barrel or cask is a hollow cylindrical container, traditionally made of vertical wooden staves and bound by wooden or metal hoops. http://www.seekpart.com
The standard barrel of crude oil or other petroleum product (abbreviated bbl) is 42 US gallons (34.9723 imp gal; 158.9873 L). While the current standard volume for barrels for chemicals and food is 55 US gallons (46 imp gal; 208 L). http://www.seekpart.com
A round vessel or cask, of greater length than breadth, and bulging in the middle, made of staves bound with hoops, and having flat ends or heads; as, a cracker barrel. Sometimes applied to a similar cylindrical container made of metal, usually called a drum.
The quantity which constitutes a full barrel. This varies for different articles and also in different places for the same article, being regulated by custom or by law. A barrel of wine is 31½ gallons; a barrel of flour is 196 pounds.
A metallic tube, as of a gun, from which a projectile is discharged.
One of many names for one of surfing's ultimate goals. A barrel is both a noun and a verb but both are concerned with the hollow part of the wave formed by the top travelling faster than the bottom. The idea is the surfer gets into the barrel and is thereby barrelled! Check out vintage Old Spice adverts for a demo. For there to be a barrel requires a powerful wave breaking in shallow water
Metal tube designed to contain the exploding charge in the breech and concentrate the force of the gases generated by the explosion in a manner that provides initial velocity and proper direction to the projectile being discharged.
The extended part of the pistol or revolver that guides the ball and improves its accuracy. This can be either smooth bore inside or rifled.
A container made of pieces of wood held together with hoops or bands of metal.
A cylindrical housing in which the screw rotates, including the integrally formed special inner surface material, or replaceable liner, if used. Also commonly referred to as a cylinder.
Carburettor air-duct in which the throttle or butterfly valve is located. It can also refer to a detachable cylinder casting.
Also called "mainspring barrel." Thin cylindrical "can" which holds the mainspring of a watch. The toothed rim of the barrel drives the train, usually through the center wheel.
A solid drum, or a hollow cylinder or case; as, the barrel of a windlass; the barrel of a watch, within which the spring is coiled.
The hollow basal part of a feather.
The portion(s) of a terminal, splice, or contact that is crimped. When designed to receive the conductor, it is called the wire barrel. When designed to support or grip the insulation, it is called the insulation barrel. Wire and/or insulation barrels may be either "open" or "closed" in design. Closed barrels resemble a hollow cylinder into which the wire must be inserted. Open barrels are formed into an open "U" and are common to most strip terminals manufactured by AMP Incorporated.
Conductor Barrel - The section of the terminal, splice or contact that accommodates the stripped conductor. (2) Insulation Barrel - The section of the terminal, splice or contact that accommodates the conductor insulation.
Wooden barrels, usually oak, are often used to influence the maturation of wines. Some wines, particularly white wines, are also fermented in barrel. Use of new barrels has become ever more popular over the last ten years. They give flavours (more or less pronounced) of toast, coffee, vanilla or coconut.
A disputed term. Accepted as a container for beer, although ”keg” is preferred. Forced upon the United States whiskey trade by federal definition, new charred oak barrels for bourbon production. The wood of the barrel and its treatment contributes to the distinctive character of many great liquor types. These types would be Scotch, Bourbon, Tennessee Whiskey, Cognac and Brandy.
A container made of wood to age red wine.
a round container often made of wood
The metal area of the dart where the shooter grips it
The metal body of the dart where it is gripped.
The back end portion of a terminal or contact that is crimped to the conductor or insulation or both. When designed to receive the conductor, it is called the wire barrel. When designed to support or grip the insulation, it is called insulation barrel.
Metal portion of the dart where you grip the dart
To put or to pack in a barrel or barrels.
A rib region that is round in cross section.
Thick carton with double or triple ribbing, particularly rigid and very sturdy in which crockery, glassware and fragile items are packed in bubble wrap.
The ribs and body.
horse's trunk, body, torso
The area of the horse's body between the forelegs and the loins.
The horse's midsection
The area on a horse's body between the forearms and the loins (also called the trunk).
This is the body of the cigar sometimes called the canon.
The main body of the cigar, between the head and foot. In high-quality cigars the cigar body should be straight and smooth. Any visible leaf canes or other blemishes, including some roughness, indicates a low-quality cigar. A cigar's barrel should also be elastic. If you lightly press a cigar between your fingers, you should not feel any stiff areas. The stiffness may be due to very tight rolling, which will negatively affect the cigar suction and burning. However, a cigar that is too soft can burn too quickly. Single stiff spots can be treated with careful and gentle finger work. See also Body.
The shaft of the cigar. Also called the body or canon (pronounced ( canyon).
The main body or shank of the cigar.
The tubular portion of the extruder or injection molding machine in which the extruder screw is placed and rotates.
The part of the extruder encasing the screw or plunger.
The part of an injection molding machine which contains the screw and wherein the resin is made molten.
The part of the molding press where resin is melted.
the appearance of curved edges of the display image outwards. See pincushion.
Outward curved edges on a display image. Also see Pin cushion
An visual effect when a displayed image curves outward at the middle of each edge curve outward. Also see Pin Cushion. CRT devices often have a pin cushion adjustment to counter this effect.
An outward bowing of the picture. A condition in which colors appear to flow into unintended areas of the image.
The portion of a hinge formed by knuckles of the door leaf and side panel leaf when joined by the pin.
The part of butt hinge where the two halves come together and are joined with a pin.
That portion of a hinge that is enlarged to receive the pin and act as the pivot point. It includes one or more knuckles from each individual leaf. Base Material ?The type of metal underneath the plating or finish of a piece of hardware. Examples: steel, brass, bronze, stainless steel. See also Finishes page.