batcher


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batcher

(ˈbætʃə)
n
1. anything that makes something into batches
2. (Mechanical Engineering) mechanical engineering a machine which measures out and combines in batches the ingredients of concrete
3. (Computer Science) computing any system in computing which sorts data into batches
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UKPRwire, Mon Aug 01 2016] The 'Global and Chinese Cement Batcher Industry, 2011-2021 Market Research Report' is the detailed comprehensive analysis of the current state of the global Cement Batcher industry with a focus on the Chinese market.
Starting from a two-component commercial grade system Elastosil 3070/50 A and B (Wacker-Chemie GmbH) with a viscosity of 270,000 mPas [16], these two components were mixed in a 1:1 ratio with a batcher mixer (TOP 3000 S from Elmet) and cross-linked at a temperature of 150[degrees]C.
The CBT 60 has an Elba EMS 1000 single-shaft mixer and an integrated linear batcher for two to four aggregates.
The group also voted to adopt their Solid Waste Implementation Plan, or SWIP, which Michael Batcher of the BCRC said would next have to go to the state for final approval.
The application of vibration mechanisms in the biomedical systems, considering the possibilities of the drug injection systems, the study presents the construction and the principle of the operation of vibration-assisted spring-loaded batcher, the necessary for its functioning vibration operation form and how it is related to vibration frequency and amplitude.
The finishing company's product line of perforators (inline and cross), punching, sheeting (straight and chip-out), slit/merge, stacker/ batcher, diecut, coaters and winders can handle speeds up to 1,000 fpm and 42" web widths.
Accurate portions are then deposited onto one of the lanes of a weigh batcher and sent to operators for packing and styling in the trays.
The oxidation process consisted of two stages: oxidation of bitumen discharged from a batcher into a mixer and oxidation during mixing.
Daphne Batcher and Ditz in a research concluded that the groups of high anxiety at exam have low exam anxiety giving too much excitement in this case.
Mary Batcher is the national director of Statistics and Sampling in Ernst & Young's National Tax Department in Washington, D.