uncompacted

uncompacted

(ˌʌnkəmˈpæktɪd)
adj
not compacted
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The Souveraen's compaction system uses a BFS-patented tool, and its roller-head technology guarantees no uncompacted areas.
Contract award notice: Procurement of uncompacted matter and the delivery of waste material
These models suggest that advective heat transport dominates in the early stages of diapirism when the salt-sediment interface dips at low angles and sediments are relatively uncompacted, retaining high porosity and permeability.
[7] researched the effects of CAA and asphalt binder on laboratory-measured permanent deformation properties of HMA and pointed that coarse aggregate imaging system (AIMS), uncompacted voids in coarse aggregate (VCA), and triaxial tests were related to the CAA and laboratory-measured rutting indices.
Ramesh Kumar, "Implications of uncompacted packing density of aggregates in self-compacting concrete mix proportioning," Magazine of Concrete Research, vol.
Laboratory experiments were combined with the testing of compaction by using resin models of Pacific sand lance to determine whether burrowing preference and penetration force of the Pacific sand lance differed in uncompacted and compacted sediments.
The uncompacted density of the fine aggregate mixed with rubber crumb at respective percentages was also determined, in order to know the effect of the rubber crumb on the density of concrete.
Previous research has shown that heterochromatin is maintained in an unusually open and uncompacted organization in embryonic stem cells, which is different to all other cell types.
They may be used as uncompacted backfill and the organic soils used as topsoil.
There's a reason raised beds are often bursting with happy vegetables: With perfect drainage and uncompacted soil, the beds are easier to grow in.
During the construction process, because the CA mortar is poured by means of its own gravity, its filling is likely to be uncompacted. It is one of the main causes of contact loss beneath track slabs.