densification


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densification

(ˌdɛnsɪfɪˈkeɪʃən)
n
the act of becoming or making more dense
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Noun1.densification - an increase in the density of somethingdensification - an increase in the density of something
concentration - increase in density
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of product requires densification for testing and trial purposes.
The company has employed a nanotechnology-based densification coating technique and used a conductive material to produce the fabric, which can prevent pollen from adhering to it while eliminating static electricity.
In this paper liquefaction mitigation of the ground treated by granular piles (GP) is assessed considering the pore pressure generation and dissipation accounting for both the densification and drainage effects of GPs.
APPLICATION: Research offers a better understanding of the mechanisms of densification in wet pressing by quantifying the way individual fibers change in a sheet.
Processing enhancements such as remote bag release, densification, deaeration, batch weighing and transport conveyors are available to ensure stable, easy-to-handle FIBCs, A mechanical screw-adjustable height option allows users the flexibility to handle various bag sizes and helps assure properly filled and stackable bags every time.
Just for de-tinning, we already had a huge R&D department working on different methods for densification and processing, he notes.
Sintering (to harden and densify) is the term used for the thermal processes that result in refractory hotface densification and development of the desired strength profile from the hotface to the coil grout.
Recently, the iniciatives were extended to Paraguay and Chile that, through their Military Geographic Institutes, IGM and DISERGEMIL, respectivelly, concentrated efforts to also create a gravimetric infrastructure directed to the densification work.
The billet is pressed using a heated process where densification and adhesive curing occurs.
The term densification is derived from the way that, with each subsequent batch reduction, the nickel particles increase in size and become more compact, and the apparent density of the nickel powder increases.
The three-year program aims to move the rapid densification process from the laboratory to prototype production.
Methods od MAX Phase synthesis and densification II