flowability

flowability

[‚flō·ə′bil·əd·ē]
(fluid mechanics)
Capability of a liquid or loose particulate solid to move by flow.
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DuPont says no competitive acetal of comparable flowability has better fatigue resistance than 311DP.
The products are inert, compatible with most chemical additives and feature high flowability that increases opportunities to produce thin wall castings.
High permeability (180 cm/s) and flowability (due to spherical shape) allow uniform shapes to form without applying strong force vibration and permits the production of normally problematic, complex-structured cores.
It reportedly provides improved flowability when used as filler in a polymer matrix.
In order to expand its product mix to accommodate brake rotor production, New Haven required an upgrade to its sand system that was focused on increasing sand flowability by optimizing sand properties and reducing variations.
This results in sand that does not change in flowability and a reduction or elimination of the variability in core and mold density.
New EP-K-52, -53, and -54 products reportedly proved superior to competitive surfactants and to existing Goldschmidt products in processing latitude, flowability, bulk stability, and fogging/VOCs.
combine higher heat resistance than other Vectra grades with high flowability and superior melt thermal stability.
Its hydroscopic nature is said to help ensure good flowability and "nonlumping" characteristics in the material to which it is added.
D-LFT injection makes parts that require more flowability but less strength than D-LFT compression does.
This redesigned material incorporates easy flow technology to allow improved flowability in installations using automated equipment.
The 29[degrees] angle of repose of the CRA100 RPC containing HMMM on SC72, versus the 60[degrees] angles obtained for the current commercial materials, indicates significant advantages in the flowability for this new product.