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densify

[′den·sə‚fī]
(engineering)
To increase the density of a material such as wood by subjecting it to pressure or impregnating it with another material.
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It doesn't take much vibratory force to position it and to densify it.
Furthermore, the landfill and transfer station serve as an attractive position from which we can densify our market presence by acquiring additional collection companies and transfer stations.
Short description of the contract or purchase / procurement This is a flat market to densify aircraft parking positions of Hall B Orly Sud and improve loading capacity through the creation of three pre-gateways.
It's high time Los Angeles leaders got together with community members and hammered out a plan that not only addresses housing, but the larger questions of growth: Where should we densify, and where not?
These points of view would be valid were it not for the tendency of: * metal to contract and densify upon solidifying; * alloying elements to come out of solution in various undesirable ways when metal cools and freezes slowly; * molten metal to entrap air and form oxides when sloshing into the mold.
TSD's RD process is used to densify carbon materials, and can be used to refurbish components such as aircraft brake disks.
The work is to densify the aircraft parking positions of Hall B Orly Sud and improve loading capacity through the creation of three pre-gateways.
Topping recycling news at the latest giant K Show in Dusseldorf, Germany, were new compactor technologies for films and foams that can densify plastic waste for recycling and even mold finished parts--not just save space in a landfill.