Definition of Flanging

1. Noun. (music) a time-based audio effect produced when two identical signals are mixed together, but with one signal time-delayed by a small and gradually changing amount, usually smaller than 20 milliseconds. ¹



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Definition of Flanging

1. flange [v] - See also: flange

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Flanging

flanerie
flaneries
flanes
flaneur
flaneurs
flang
flange contour
flanged
flangelike
flanger
flangers
flanges
flangeway
flangeways
flanging (current term)
flangs
flank
flank bone
flank incision
flank position
flank steak
flanked
flanken
flanker
flanker back
flankered
flankering
flankers
flanking

Literary usage of Flanging

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1. Text-book of Mechanical Engineering by Wilfrid James Lineham (1902)
"Tweddell, Platt, Fielding, & Boyd, and capable of either progressive or single-heat flanging. We will take these tools in order. The 'Piedboeuf' flanging ..."

2. Marine Boiler Management and Construction: Being a Treatise on Boiler by Johann Phillip Edmond Charles Stromeyer (1893)
"flanging Furnace Saddles.—Undoubtedly, one of the most difficult flanging operations is the shaping of furnace saddles. Recent attempts to do the work by ..."

3. Text-book of Mechanical Engineering by Wilfrid James Lineham (1909)
"Tweddell, Platt, Fielding, & Boyd, and capable of either progressive or single-heat flanging. We will take these tools in order. ..."

4. Marine Boiler Management and Construction: Being a Treatise on Boiler by Johann Phillip Edmond Charles Stromeyer (1901)
"Before discussing the various flanging operations it is well to have a clear ... Dangers attending flanging Operations.—Whenever a piece of iron or steel is ..."

5. Mechanical Technology: Being a Treatise on the Materials and Preparatory by George Frederick Charnock (1916)
"MANIPULATION OF METALS BY flanging, DISHING, DRAWING, ETC. THE use of the press is not confined to forging and stamping, but has been extended in many ..."

6. Modern Mechanism: Exhibiting the Latest Progress in Machines, Motors, and by D. Appleton and Company (1892)
"1 represents a boiler-head flanging machine, built by IB Davis & Son, of Hartford, Conn., designed for flanging heads of any size from 38 to 96 ..."

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