Business / Machine Shop / Body-Centered Cubic (BCC): One of the common types of unit cells described as a cube with an atom at each of the eight corners and a single atom at the center of the cell. This arrangement is typical of the ferritic form of iron. Among the common BCC metals are iron, carbon steel, chromium, molybdenum and tungsten.
Business / Machine Shop / Face-Centered Cubic (FCC): One of the common types of unit cells in which atoms are located on each corner and the center of each face of a cube. Among the common FCC metals are aluminum, copper, nickel and austenitic stainless MORE
Science / Geology / Cubic Feet Per Second: A unit of measure frequently used to quantify the rate of flow of a stream. It is equal to a volume of water one foot high and one foot wide moving a linear distance of one foot in one second. MORE
Business / Construction / CFM (Cubic Feet Per Minute): A rating that expresses the amount of air a blower or fan can move. The volume of air (measured in cubic feet) that can pass through an opening in one minute. MORE