By-product


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by-product

[′bī‚präd·əkt]
(engineering)
A product from a manufacturing process that is not considered the principal material.

By-product

Material, other than the principal product, generated as a consequence of an industrial process or as a break-down product in a living system.
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Cash costs per payable silver ounce, net of by-product credits, were calculated based on the mining plan and include all direct and indirect costs associated with the physical activities that generate concentrate products for sale to customers, including mining to gain access to mineralized materials, mining of mineralized materials and waste, milling, third-party related treatment, refining and transportation costs, on-site administrative costs and royalties.
3]-N concentration to tannin binding agents were observed in the incubation of green tea by-product (Table 3).
We are excited about the acquisition of Biokraft Marin, which significantly increases our access to sustainable category-2 fish by-product while enhancing our ability to provide a valuable service to the growing aquaculture industry by helping fish farmers comply with increasingly strict bio security regulations," said Andreas Kvame, Chief Executive Officer of Scanbio.
Because by-product gases of iron works have a lower calorie heating value than natural gas, which is widely used for GTCC power generation, stable operation of by-product-gas fired gas turbines requires advanced combustion technology.
Due to the massive increase in fuel prices over the last 18 months our extraction costs have escalated and combined with a reduction in demand for our products during the recession, we no longer have the abundance of by-product we have had in recent years.
This may include pilot tests to evaluate the composition, performance, reliability, and risks of new material compositions using by-product ingredients.
Energro, made by dehydrating food by-products, is an easily digestible meal ingredient that is an excellent source of energy and protein for pork and poultry", says Farines SPB Meal.
Shell will also construct new gas facilities to process the by-product gas, some 700 million cubic feet of which Iraq burns off, or flares, each day, the Oil Ministry has said.
A waste by-product from the beer-brewing process at Sierra Nevada Brewing Co.
The legislation is the EU Animal By-products Order 1999.
More typically it is the by-product of an industrial application that would otherwise release the C[O.
It is also produced as a by-product in a number of chemical processes.