direct process


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direct process

[də′rekt ′präs·əs]
(metallurgy)
A process in which the metal is produced from the ore in a single step (for example, steel without intermediate pig iron).
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While the parties directly involved in the bargaining developed a good working relationship and a shared vision of what was expected from the JAC, it becomes more complex to bring on board everyone outside the direct process.
The mainly reason for colorimetric difference in recent system used is not saturation change, than lightness and tone decrease, than in direct process.
The powder, which caught fire, was Direct Process Residue (DPR), which is a waste product from the chemical processes at the plant.
Starting church-based pro-life committees is usually a simple and direct process, if you follow the following guidelines:
SD is a natural fit in the Direct Process Ownership effort for a synchronized supply, transportation, and distribution pipeline, optimizing end-to-end distribution from acquisition to warfighter.
If there is to be real reduction in burden, we must revisit our overall approach for developing banking laws and establish a more direct process for balancing the benefits of regulatory proposals with the burdens they inevitably impose.
Through a direct process of reinterpretation, students experience a first-hand demonstration of how values and textures can be used to create form.
Experts at the Dow Corning chemical plant, close to where the incident happened, say it was Direct Process Residue (DPR), which is a waste product from the chemical processes at the plant.
Long-fiber reinforced thermoplastics produced in the company's direct process (LFT-D) are said to be increasingly used for the substitution and completion of metal parts in the automotive industry.
In the final analysis, the Congress must revisit its general approach to developing banking laws by establishing a more direct process for balancing the benefits of proposals with the burdens they impose.