packing density


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packing density

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(Computer Science) computing a measure of the amount of data that can be held by unit length of a storage medium, such as magnetic tape
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The ceramic spheres will be designed and manufactured in more than one size for improved packing density and rated for higher compressive strength allowing use at greater depths.
The event will utilize a logical format to improve labor, throughput, space utilization, order packing density, and accuracy.
The packing density at room temperature [11] was given by:
With the new HD SCM, we have delivered industry-highest packing density with a simplicity of installation that is a key feature of our innovative solutions.
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However, Ulm's nanoindentation experiments (poking a tiny dot of cement paste with an even smaller needle and measuring the resistance), which relate the hardness of a nanoscale unit to its packing density, indicate that C-S-H particle strength occurs on a spectrum, suggesting that there could be more than two packing densities.
One of the key drivers behind the proposed adoption of the HD-BNC is to greatly increase the packing density.
This method increases mixing and packing density and can be used to fill containers.
By developing a technology that increases the propensity to shear thin, the material will be more capable of flowing into ultra fine apertures, thus increasing the packing density and improving wetting to the substrate.
Choosing the right membrane system is determined by a number of factors including capital costs, energy input, flow channel size, risks of fouling and membrane packing density.