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    What is the difference between pump and compressor ? When we use pump and When we use compressor? You can answer this questionYou can like the best answerYou can share the question.....You can get updates of new questions on Facebook linkedin twitter & google plus
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    Mukul Jain

    Difference between pump and compressor

    According to me, A pump is a machine that moves a fluid (liquid and gas) from one place to another. A compressor is a machine that compress or squeeze a gas into a smaller volume and pumps it somewhere else.
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    Himanshu Ranjan Dwivedi

    weighing machine

    what does a weighing machine measure our weight or mass?
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    As Mr Karim has rightly answered,In second and fourth angle projection viewing and projected plane are different than that of first and third angle projection,There is possibility that the one projection may overlap the other one creating confusion to understand the drawing.
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    Jay shah

    What is mohr's circle used for ?

    Mohr circle is used to determine the value of state of stress in the planes of different orientation.
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    pump is used for incompressible fluid and compressor is used for compressible fluid.
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    In welding, similar materials are used to melt together a seam creating a bond that is the same as the original material. In Brazing, it is akin to gluing, where a second material is melted and wets to the surface of the first, but not melting the original, creating a mechanical bond between the two. This is a quick description, because there are grey areas that can in fact melt and bond dissimilar materials with and without fluxes. Basically welding makes two parts into one, brazing is like gluing two parts together.
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    First and third angle projections depict a 3D object in a 2D yet second and fourth angle projections show one view of the object. In other words first and third angle projections are more elaborate than second and fourth angle projections.
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    To keep the process within limted temperature (cool over heat T to save the process & equipments)
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    soldering is limited to joint which require less strength thats why we use low melting temperature metal to fuse into preferably lead and tin and temperature is less than 45o c in case of brazing a metal with high melting point is used to braze, temperature can be as high as 3000 c
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    Differentiate between Shearing and Blanking You can answer this question. You can like the best answer. You can share the question You can get updates of new questions on Facebook linkedin twitter & google plus