coprocessing

coprocessing

(ˌkəʊˈprəʊsɛsɪŋ)
n
the act of processing jointly
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Under the program, using appropriate technologies, these so-called residual wastes may still be used for recycling, upcycling or coprocessing in cement kilns.
Republic Cement had signed an agreement with Nestle to do what it called 'coprocessing,' which essentially is an alternative waste management solution that can use waste as fuel.
Wender, "Finely dispersed iron, iron-molybdenum, and sulfated iron oxides as catalysts for coprocessing reactions," Energy and Fuels, vol.
Due to the DSP-intensive Virtex-7 485T, it also makes a great FPGA coprocessing unit."
[1] developed a directly compressible excipient by coprocessing starch with magnesium silicate which was achieved either by coprecipitation of magnesium silicate onto different types of starch or by dry granulation of maize starch with magnesium silicate.
The coordinates of all nodes are used to determine whether they should participate in the collaborative coprocessing. The GNS algorithm could get the filtered minimum RMSE.
Redhwi, "Catalytic coprocessing of waste plastics and petroleum residue into liquid fuel oils," Journal of Analytical and Applied Pyrolysis, vol.
During coprocessing, almost all nonvolatile and semivolatile heavy metals are transferred into cement clinker which causes the heavy metal concentration in the cement to increase significantly.