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sieving

[′siv·iŋ]
(engineering)
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The innovative sieving and filtration solutions which will be displayed at Stand F-14, Hall No-1 at Paint India will include:
The units also needed to be flexible when sieving different products on various mesh sizes, with minimal disruption to the production process.
Sieving closely researches such rarely discussed films as Ossie Davis's Gone are the Days (1963), Shirley Clarke's The Cool World (1964), the unproduced "The Confessions of Nat Turner," Jules Dassin's Uptight (1968), and the integrationist comedy, The Landlord (1970).
Drying the samples removes the diluting influence of moisture and facilitates the sample stages of grinding and sieving.
While many growers believe that birds themselves could be a source of major crop damage, that's not always the case, Sieving says.
Thus, the system is really a three-phase system: the molecular sieving phase, the polymer and a third phase comprising an interphase between these two main phases.
It accurately weighs and memorizes the net weight of the sieves and receiver before sieving.
To use the apparatus to factor a given number, an operator would cap certain studs on each ring, following a mathematical recipe that involves a form of trial division, or sieving.
The sieve-shaking device simulates rotary and tapping motion of hand sieving, but in a more consistent mechanical manner.
Based on the sieving and wind tunnel tests, Chepil (1) concluded that dry soil clod structure could be used to develop an index of wind erosiveness of cultivated soils.
Sieving, who specializes in representing auto dealers, said Nissan has made it a practice to withhold its approval on dealership sales if the buyers didn't agree to move the dealership to be near Honda and Toyota dealerships.