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intr.v. co·ro·tat·ed, co·ro·tat·ing, co·ro·tates
To rotate on an axis in the same period of time as it takes to orbit another object.

co′ro·ta′tion n.
co′ro·ta′tion·al adj.


vb (intr)
to rotate in conjunction with something else that is rotating


(koʊˈroʊ teɪt)

v.i. -tat•ed, -tat•ing.
to rotate jointly, as with another rotating object.
co`ro•ta′tion, n.
co`ro•ta′tion•al, adj.
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Second, MAS' new third-generation conical, corotating, twin-screw extruder is available in six sizes with output ranges from 10 kg/hr (22 lb/hr) to more than 2000 kg/hr (4410 lb/hr).
Recycled polypropylene (RPP) and elastomers (Table 7) were pre-blended in an intensive mixer, fed into a 25-mm corotating twin-screw extruder, and mixed at 250 rpm.
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Hands-on demonstrations at the Leistritz process laboratory will include corotating and counter-rotating twin screw extruders; devolatilization of polymers; downstream addition of fillers, fibers and additives; direct sheet/film extrusion with gear pump front-end; and foam extrusion via supercritical injection.
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Lanzerotti, and other Ulysses scientists were surprised to find that recurring surges in particle counts, seen near the ecliptic in association with so-called corotating shock waves, persisted to 70 [degrees] south latitude - even though the spacecraft could no longer detect the shocks themselves.
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particles dimension and distribution, is exhibited by materials prepared with the corotating twin-screw extmder if compared with the corresponding materials prepared with the other two extruders.