green strength

green strength

[′grēn ¦streŋkth]
(metallurgy)
The mechanical strength which a compacted powder must have in order to withstand mechanical operations to which it is subjected after pressing and before sintering, without damaging its fine details and sharp edges.
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Usually, such grades of rubber are high in green strength and tack, are easy to mix and have low viscosity.
About Central Fiber Central Fiber LLC is a leading producer of specialty cellulose fiber products for use in industrial applications, providing thickening, rheology and flow control, high fluid absorption capacity, drain-down resistance, green strength, reinforcing properties, and acting as lightweight functional fillers.
EA-4600 Hot Melt Adhesive is formulated to dispense easily and achieve instant green strength, which allows electronic assemblies to be handled immediately after its application.
simulation software,Complete Foundry tool kit equipment,Composite wall apparatus,Compression Testing Machine for Green Strength of Moulding
Compared with other synthetic fibers, Eastman Cyphrex flat PET fibers enable impressive tensile, tear and burst strength within a very lightweight nonwoven sheet, as well as outstanding green strength.
It shows greater dimensional stability of the printed models, higher green strength, smoother surface finish, brighter whites, finer detail and a high contrast in colors.
I did not know the green strength of the clay--its capacity to stand at the bottom of a 12 foot wall.
non-slumping and non-stringing), printability at high speeds, high green strength, extended shelf lives, and tolerance for exposure time to the ambient environment (room temperature stability).
Nearly instant green strength on multiple substrates allows for peace of mind in application, and user friendly Sika MultiSeal Plus is easy to apply: simply peel, stick and seal," the statement added.
The green strength of uncured 2-mm-thick sample was measured at a strain rate of 500 mm/min.
An unusual series of polyurethanes that simulate the processing and performance characteristic of thermoplastics now includes mercury-free grades that also offer enhanced green strength and extended pot life.