coarse fraction

coarse fraction

That fraction of the solid particles in a soil sample having grain sizes larger than a No. 200 sieve, i.e., greater than 0.003 inch (0.075 mm) in diameter.
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The HydroFloat specifically targets the lost coarse fraction while the StackCell focuses on improving the kinetics of fine particle flotation.
Current study evaluates a Coarse Fraction (< 200 micrometers) and a Fine Fraction (50 micrometers) of basaltic residue, both obtained by sedimentation, as a mineral admixture to Portland cement.
The coarse fraction of the deposits consists predominantly of quartz, with ferruginous concretions, whereas kaolinite is the dominant mineral in the clay fraction (Duarte et al.
Modelling the fine and coarse fraction of Pb, Cd, As and Ni air concentration in Spain.
When preparing the test concretes, the coarse fraction 8-16 mm of the Olbramovice natural aggregate was replaced with raw concrete recylcate from the Dufonev s.
0 μm), while the coarse fraction had a lower carbonaceous percentage (40%) (Wagner et al.
2]O content in the fine particle fraction relative to the content in the coarse fraction was observed when the median diameter [[DELTA].
5], ozone, and carbon monoxide simultaneously and used additive Poisson regression models to examine the association between daily mortality and the coarse fraction present on the day of and the day before death.
According to the most stringent requirement (P16A), the mass of the coarse fraction (i.
providing sufficient time for the physicochemical processes, or settling of coarse fraction and dissolving of other flotation reagents in order to obtain clear and purified water, to be used in the plant or flow into the water courses without contaminating the environment;