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What is the rule for the pattern of numbers?
When numbers in a pattern get larger as the sequence continues, they are in an ascending pattern. Ascending patterns often involve multiplication or addition. When numbers in a pattern get smaller as the sequence continues, they are in a descending pattern. Descending patterns often involve division or subtraction.
What is create a pattern?
Create a pattern When creating a pattern, you work in Pattern Editing mode. In Pattern Editing mode, the Pattern Options panel opens. You see a preview of the repeating pattern in the document window, and the pattern is saved as a pattern swatch in the Swatches panel.
What are the different types of line blanks?
There are 4 facing types for line blanks manufactured in accordance with ASME B16.48: flat face, raised face, female ring joint, and male ring joint. The gasket seating surface and dimensions for line blanks used with raised face flanges shall be in accordance with ASME B16.5.
What do you call a figure 8 line blank?
The figure-8 blank, also called a spectacle blank, is a pressure-retaining plate with one solid end and one open end connected with a web or tie bar. The solid end (also called the blank) is used to shutdown the line, while the open end (also called the spacer) is used to turn on the line.
What are the different types of line blanks in ASME b16.48?
The illustration of 3 different types of line blanks: (a) figure-8 line blank/ spectacle blind, (b) spade flange/ paddle blank, (c) paddle spacer/ ring spacer. ASME B16.48 has indicated 3 different types of line blanks.
What’s the difference between solid and open blanks?
The solid end (also called the blank) is used to shutdown the line, while the open end (also called the spacer) is used to turn on the line. The paddle blank, also called a spade flange, is similar to the solid end of a figure-8 blank. It has a plain radial handle.