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 tubing ['tju:biŋ]   添加此单词到默认生词本
n. 管料, 管道系统, 管状组织

[化] 管工; 管材; 管线; 管道; 管道系统; 铺设管道

[医] 造管; 管




    tubing
    [ noun ]
    conduit consisting of a long hollow object (usually cylindrical) used to hold and conduct objects or liquids or gases
    <noun.artifact>


    Tubing \Tub"ing\, n.
    1. The act of making tubes.

    2. A series of tubes; tubes, collectively; a length or piece
    of a tube; material for tubes; as, leather tubing.


    Tube \Tube\, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Tubed}; p. pr. & vb. n.
    {Tubing}.]
    To furnish with a tube; as, to tube a well.

    1. Authorities last week announced the seizure of nearly 100 tons of steel tubing and other parts about to be shipped out of Italy to Jordan to be transported overland from there, presumably to an assembly point near Baghdad.
    2. "They have not yet made up their minds if it is a gun." Bush commended British intelligence and law enforcement agencies for seizing the tubing shortly before it was to be shipped to Iraq.
    3. USX's steel segment remained well into the black despite a decline in operating income due to continued weakness in the market for tubing used in oil and gas exploration.
    4. Although my private theory is that we could construct our own Pompidou Center out of all the rusting bicycle tubing on exercise cycles ordered from catalogs, then dispatched with alacrity to the garage-wasteland, still in their cartons.
    5. With the distribution, Copperweld will consist of its mechanical and structural steel tubing and bi-metallic product businesses.
    6. According to testimony at the trial, Miss Ngcobo filed charges of attempted murder against the policemen after they put rubber tubing over her face and ducked her head in a river during interrogation.
    7. NewAge, a 40-year-old plastic tubing and metal-tester maker complains of being associated with the New Age cultural movement.
    8. It helped improve a process at the Blairsville specialty metals plant in which short, thick zirconium alloy tubing is rolled into long, thin tubes that hold nuclear fuel pellets in reactor fuel assemblies.
    9. In Marvin's sugarbush, sap tubing _ which is often green or purple _ stretches like a psychedelic clothesline as it's strung from tree to tree.
    10. The well, No.1 Grissett, had an initial potential of 606 barrels of oil and 1.02 million cubic feet of gas a day through a 12/ 64-inch choke with a flowing tubing pressure of 2,668 pounds a square inch.
    11. Engineers today worked at disconnecting wires and tubing to reach the computer.
    12. UNR, formerly known as Union Asbestos & Rubber Co., specializes in the manufacture of steel tubing, shopping carts and other products for commercial and consumer uses.
    13. The company has said that 44 sections of tubing have already been delivered to Iraq, and there has been speculation that an even longer barrel may have been intended.
    14. Test rates were measured through a 24/64-inch choke with a flowing tubing pressure of 2,300 pounds per square inch.
    15. When you shake the paper, visually controlled corrective eye movements are too slow to compensate. Head rotation is detected by a part of the vestibular organ called the semicircular canal, a loop of fluid-filled tubing embedded in the skull bone.
    16. L.B. Foster makes materials for steel tubing used in the natural gas and oil industries, as well as other products used in highway construction and the railroad businesses.
    17. The sale will boost BICC's stake in Metal Manufactures, which makes electrical cables, tubing, plastic pipes and optical-fiber cables, to 54.6% from 44%.
    18. It tested at 160 barrels of oil and 65,000 cubic feet of natural gas per day on a 24/64-inch choke with a flowing tubing pressure of 40 pounds per square inch.
    19. It came as Wheway learnt that it had lost the potential support of Senior Engineering Group, the tubing, boilers and ductwork group. The two groups had held talks as part of Wheway's strategy of trying to find another third party interested in a merger.
    20. New York officials ordered the beach closings as a precaution against the risk of infection from the potentially hazardous waste, which also included intravenous tubing, gauze, rubber gloves and pill containers.
    21. "You don't have to pull arms with IV tubing out of sleeves to get at the chest" during surgery, she says.
    22. Virgil Reginato, president of V/R Tubular Products Inc., a closely held Chicago tubing fabricator, says his steel costs have leapt 25% this year.
    23. The sale is subject to approval by directors of Lone Star Technologies, a holding company with operations in tubing, steel, trucking and pollution-control systems.
    24. At Handy & Harman's Indiana Tube Corp. unit, a maker of tubing for refrigerators and auto fuel lines, President William Toy estimates that steel accounts for half his product cost.
    25. KOBE STEEL LTD. said it established a joint venture in Greensboro, N.C., to make and market copper tubing for air conditioners and other refrigeration equipment.
    26. The Commerce Department ruled that imports of certain carbon-steel welded rectangular tubing and pipes from Argentina are unfairly subsidized.
    27. The bags are then sold to a separate company for use in plastic tubing.
    28. The paper clip was made from steel tubing and is mounted on a 6-ton concrete base outside the institute in Baerum, an Oslo suburb.
    29. Iraqi officials have said the tubing, formally seized by Customs officers on Thursday, was intended for use in a petrochemical plant.
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