shrinkage ratio

shrinkage ratio

[′shriŋ·kij ‚rā·shō]
(geology)
The ratio of a volume change to the moisture-content change above the shrinkage limit.
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The shrinkage ratio is the ratio of the volume of dry membrane to that of wet membrane.
The shrinkage ratio plays a vital role in the porosity of the membrane.
5 wt% in the casting solution, PWF, WC, thermal stability, and protein permeate flux increased whereas the hydraulic resistance, crystallinity, tensile strength, protein rejection, compaction factor, and shrinkage ratio decreased.
At one and three months, skin treated with Smartlipo MPX had a statistically significant higher skin shrinkage ratio than skin treated with liposuction only, Dr.
The wet shrinkage ratio increased with an increase in the PEG content.
Figure 8 shows the nozzle draft, elongation, and wet shrinkage ratio of side by side conjugate yarns as a function of spin speed.
However, during the research on CM foams, it was found that the foaming sample presented some problems such as low hardness, high shrinkage ratio, and bad compression resistance.
The shrinkage ratio of CM/EVA foam declined all the time with the increase of EVA as shown in Fig.
The hardness, 100% and 200% stretching stress of the compounds increased while the elongation at break, rebound resilience, and shrinkage ratio decreased with the increase of EVA addition.
Figure 2 shows the dependence of the shrinkage ratio of the membranes treated for 2 min at various temperatures.
lower shrinkage ratio and increase in mechanical strength.
Equation 1 reveals that the self-crimp is caused by the difference in shrinkage ratios between the two sides of the fiber.