particulate solid

particulate solid

[pär′tik·yə·lət ‚säl·əd]
(materials)
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The skin interaction of a compound in its molecular solubilized form differs profoundly from same chemistry when in its particulate solid form.
The modelling approach and basic data of the asphalt mixture as a particulate solid is formulated in Section 1, Discretization approach is described in Section 2.
calls ComDust "a finely divided combustible particulate solid that presents a flash hazard or explosion hazard when suspended in air or the process-specific oxidizing medium over a range of concentrations.
NFPA), is "a finely divided combustible particulate solid that presents a flash hazard or explosion hazard when suspended in air or the process-specific oxidizing medium over a range of concentrations.
Commercial development soon followed to capture the benefits of attapulgite's unique ability to form an electro-mechanical lattice structure that interacts with particulate solids, when it's well-dispersed in a liquid.
The PDU allows BFNUF scientists to empirically measure the feeding and handling behavior of particulate solids using a suite of custom augers and hoppers.
Particulate Solids in Science, Industry and Environment (2015: Slovakia, Herlany) Edited by Adriana Estokova, Nadezda Stevulova, Jiri Zegzulka, Baltakys Kestutis, Jozsef Faitli, and Alain Chamayou
The disc filters utilises a series of 10 micron rotating disc filter elements for removal of suspended particulate solids, such as biomass flocs and precipitated phosphates, from the sewage works final effluent for addressing a 15mg/l TSS standard in order to comply with the Urban Waste Water Treatment Regulations.
NFPA 654, Standard for the prevention of fires and dust explosions from the manufacturing, processing, and handling of combustible particulate solids.
The software models individual, discrete particulate solids with any heterogeneous composition, like coal, coked catalyst, and polyolefins.

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