Translation of thermal shock in Spanish:

thermal shock

choque térmico, n.

noun

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    choque térmico masculine
    • Reflective roofs maintain a more constant temperature, so thermal shock and associated problems are significantly reduced.
    • Glassware is fragile, no matter how well made; glassmaking techniques such as tempering make glassware more durable, but glass can still break from mechanical or thermal shock.
    • In the heat treatment of any white cast iron, care must be taken to avoid cracking by thermal shock; never place the castings in a hot furnace or otherwise subject them to rapid heating or cooling.
    • When fully cured, the polymer offers resistance to vibration, impact, thermal shock, and chemicals.
    • While additional insulation may decrease the rate of heat transfer into or out of the building through the roof, it can also stress the roof membrane by increasing thermal shock.
    • When temperatures in the U.S. Corn Belt are 100 degrees or higher, corn plants suffer from thermal shock and dehydration, and each such day shrinks the harvest.
    • Preheating is used to minimize distortion, to avoid thermal shock, and to prevent surfacing cracking.
    • Thermal conductivity, resistance to thermal shock and attack by molten metal is high and no heat treatment is required.
    • So if, for example, coolant was being used, and, for whatever reason (Murphy's Law) the coolant flow came to an end, there would be thermal shock.
    • Glasses made with sodium borate have a high resistance to thermal shock and are used in kitchenware (such as Pyrex dishes) and laboratory equipment.
    • Cold items or liquids should not be put on it when it is hot, though newer coatings are thinner and less likely to crack from thermal shock.
    • It offers superior durability and resistance to vibration, impact, thermal shock, and exposure to water, oils, and many organic solvents.
    • The lasers are tested by thermal shock before shipment.
    • The whole thing should have shattered from the thermal shock, or at least the ice should have exploded from its surface.
    • Cracks resulting from thermal shock generally form around abrasions caused by mechanical impact.
    • Recently developed water-soluble polymer quenches can provide the convenience of water quenching, along with lower cooling rates, which can minimize thermal shock.
    • Our samples did not display attributes associated with thermal shock, supporting the conclusion that their exterior and interior temperatures did not differ significantly.