differential process

differential process

[‚dif·ə¦ren·chəl ′präs·əs]
(chemical engineering)
A process in which a system is caused to move through a bubble point and as a result to form two phases, the minor phase being removed from further contact with the major phase; thus the system continuously changes in quantity and composition.
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The emergence of economic regions in the eighteenth century was also a differential process.
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This differential process of accumulation is one by which the core grows over time as it acquires greater power to achieve larger re-distributional ownership claims over social resources.
This has a flange at one side for connection to the tank, double-block-and-bleed valves in a monoflange style, a mounting point for a differential process transmitter, and tube connections for the balance line connection to the second sensing point.
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