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solid injection

n
(Automotive Engineering) injection of fuel directly into the cylinder of an internal-combustion engine without the assistance of an air blast to atomize the fuel. Also called (in a petrol engine): direct injection Compare blast injection
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Contract notice: Of Land Treatment Works By Solid Injection And Cavity Filling By Keying Grout From The Surface By Drilling
However, the benefits of this technology also come with some limitations, notably higher equipment costs as well as parts with rougher surfaces and lower mechanical properties compared with those of normal solid injection molded parts.
It uses a far more solid injection and interception method than my earlier efforts
Although it competes with solid injection molding for larger, heavier parts, structural foam enjoys several advantages.
85 per vehicle versus solid injection moulding processes.
With solid injection molding, it is necessary to inject all the resin to the end of flow prior to skin closure.
Cookson's structural foam pallets are claimed to have a higher strength to weight ratio than conventional solid injection moulded ones, with up to four times the rigidity of solid parts of similar weight.
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It allows direct comparison of large parts, such as auto instrument panels, produced by solid injection and microcellular physical foaming with gas injection.
s low pressure solid injection molding system for integrally molding plastic with diverse materials, such as textile, film, metal wiremesh, and even electronics, in a single step, is another example of a moving away from standard techniques to solve a problem.
The surface roughness, mechanical properties, and microstructures of PC parts molded by water-foaming microcellular injection molding were measured and compared with parts produced by conventional solid injection molding and with the prevailing microcellular injection molding process using SCF nitrogen as a physical blowing agent.