hydraulic packing

hydraulic packing

[hī′drȯ·lik ′pak·iŋ]
(engineering)
Packing material that resists the effects of water even under high pressure.
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Thus, hydraulic packing of media is prevented even at highest throughputs (recirculation grinding).
For example in one set of such plaques molded at a hydraulic packing pressure of 13.
For example, in one set of plaques molded at a hydraulic packing pressure of 16 MPa, a mixture containing 84% hexane was powerful enough to produce cracks in a minor fraction of the edge while in the faces the mixture just powerful enough to produce cracking in a minor part of the area contained 73% hexane.
The correlation here is seen to be much more successful in unifying the response of all three sections of the molding than the correlation attempted with hydraulic packing pressure [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 8 OMITTED].
With PC1 flashing of the mold began at hydraulic packing pressures of about 7 MPa and grew steadily more prominent at higher pressures.