Perm. Formwork: What is it?

Permanent formwork is left in place as support or stabilizer for concrete. Galvanized steel is a common choice due to its durability and flexibility. It can reduce waste and provide an additional barrier between moisture and concrete. It is used in addition to rebar for greater tensile strength. “Permanent formwork” is a term that refers […]

Perm. magnet sync. gen.: what is it?

A permanent magnet synchronous generator (PMSG) uses magnets instead of coils to produce magnetic fields, reducing power and allowing for operation at different speeds. PMSGs are used in wind generators, hybrid cars, and electric cogeneration. Rare earth magnets are used in PMSGs for their durability. A permanent magnet synchronous generator (PMSG) is an electrical generator […]

Perm mold casting: what is it?

Permanent mold casting is a metal casting process using reusable molds, commonly made of high melting point metals. The process is used for mass production or design duplication, and can use gravity, vacuum or pressure to introduce molten metal into the mold. Slush casting is a variation where the outer edges of the mold harden […]

Perm. disability: what is it?

Permanent disability is defined differently depending on the purpose of the claim. It usually means a person cannot recover their ability to work to a previous level. Some types, like loss of a limb, are readily accepted, but mental disorders and chronic illnesses can pose challenges. Those receiving support may need to mention if they […]

Perm. working capital: what is it?

Permanent working capital is a reliable and consistent income stream that businesses cultivate and maintain as the foundation for continued operation. It is important to assess and maintain this capital to cover operating expenses and debt obligations. The sources of this capital can change, so ongoing efforts are necessary to ensure sufficient financial resources. If […]

Perm. injunction: legal order to stop action.

A permanent injunction is a court order issued after a full trial or default judgment, requiring a person or entity to permanently cease or perform in a certain way. They are used in civil cases as a type of equitable remedy when monetary damages are insufficient. They differ from temporary restraining orders and preliminary injunctions, […]

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