This applies to the moisture content, the weight, the fine (below 1 mm) fraction content and the angle of repose
Weighted angle of repose
: The angle of repose
is divided by the sample weight to correct for the effects of the powder bulk density
Stegner's Angle of Repose
weaves together two stories.
An attempt was made to measure the dynamic angle of repose
for this material.
If you drop a backhoe bucket of water-saturated sugar sand on a section of pipe, most of the sand will flow down the sides of the pipe, leaving a small triangle of sand on top that will match the angle of repose
of water saturated sand.
Pneumatic massagers are designed to gently push the bag sides, comers or bottom to increase the angle of repose
of the material, which promotes product flow.
The angle of repose
- a geologic term indicating the slope at which a rolling stone will finally come to rest is a metaphor brilliantly used in the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel of the same name, written by Wallace Stegner in 1971, the third book to be examined on the ``StoryLines California'' public radio program.
When the full corps assembled--an astounding twenty-four--it was a sorority all of a single breath, single impulse, single angle of repose
Angle of Repose
won him a Pulitzer in 1972 and is a story of perspective - how we see ourselves and the World through eyes focused by circumstances and shaped by our emotions.
It was announced that the next book on the reading list was a novel, Angle of Repose
Angle of Repose
is itself a geologic term representing the angle at which deposited material comes to rest on a slope.
Measuring the angle of repose
gives a good indication of the internal friction coefficient of the material.