residence time

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Noun1.residence time - the period of time spent in a particular place
duration, continuance - the period of time during which something continues
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The co-kneader is therefore suitable for thermally sensitive polymers because it provides good mixing at moderate temperature with a low self-heating and short residence times.
Figure 5 shows the distillate fractions at intervals of 30[degrees]C of the shale oils produced at different residence times.
Using radiocarbon dating, Valier Galy and Timothy Eglinton found that organic carbon resides in the basin for anywhere from 500 to 17,000 years, and that downstream, in the Gangetic floodplain, the longest residence times range from 1,500 to 3,500 years.
For spiders that build materially expensive webs and do not recycle silk proteins, the high cost of silk and associated energy investment appears correlated to long web site residence times (Janetos 1982a; Tanaka 1989).
Make certain that residence times are not excessive and melt temperatures are below critical levels.
Not only the P & J, but the drill pattern and open area are used as input for the computer programs used to calculate pressures, nip residence times and other nip related quantities.
One shows that rivers or lakes are not really so unlike the Earth's mantle or a volcano, when viewed in terms of residence times and reservoirs.
Along Road Prong (old growth), CWD obstructions are more numerous and have longer residence times than along Huskey Branch (logged).
It offers short residence times, less thermal impact and much greater processing flexibility than traditional rising and/or falling film evaporators.
Reported residence times for both screw speeds represent measured time-of-first-appearance for a carbon-black tracer in the unfilled propylene.
4) requires determination of the mean residence times [t.