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British Association old standard size of threads."
B.S. Kite Mark
British Standards Kite Mark. The symbol of the British Standards Institute consisting of a triangle on its point with a capital B on its side above the triangle and a capital S inside the triangle.
British Standard Fine size of thread."
Battery Positive Voltage
An alloy of tin, copper, antimony and lead used as a coating for plain steel bearings.
A voltage produced that tends to oppose the voltage that created it.
(1) Non-rotating plate carrying the shoes of a drum brake. (2) Metal member carrying friction material of the disc brake pad.
The pressure build-up in the exhaust caused by the resistance to exhaust flow by pipe diameters and muffler baffles. Used in design to balance an exhaust to an engine.
Technique of sanding a surface to taper the paint film away from the metal repaired area.