size classification

size classification

[′sīz ‚klas·ə·fə‚kā·shən]
(engineering)
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Set of sieves used for sieve analysis and size classification Sieve number Sieve opening Size classification in mm 9 6.
Significant masses for size classification are Single and strip foundations: 350 mA;Floor plates: 550 mA;Paving base EC: 2700 mA;1700 mA STB walls;9100 mA STB ceilings;400 to profile steel.
Extremely sharp, high efficiency size classification between 100 and 600 micron.
The sifter provides exceptional size classification for a variety of applications including: de-agglomeration, bulk conditioning, classification, scalping, in-line sifting, policing raw material, de-dusting, de-watering, and reclaiming damaged product.
Karen Hontz, director for government contracting for the SBA, is quick to point out that incorrect size classification in the federal procurement data system-next generation database can be partly attributed to mergers.
The final chapters address modern grinding processes and machinery to more efficiently grind fine materials, size classification, and explosive methods for breaking rock from its natural formations.
The nanofibers that are used can form such a small web of fibers that they can act to increase the "clean efficiency" of filter media by mechanical pore size classification without significant increases in clean pressure drop.
Applicaions include removal of tramp materials and particle size classification.
4) More recently, an ongoing study started in 1986, the Collaborative Ocular Melanoma Study, (17,18) defined the following size classification based on clinical measurements.
The size classification is based on the original work by Wyman and Moore, and meets the intent of ASTM A247-88.
An enhanced search algorithm and search refinement tools that allow users to filter results by geography, price, size classification and a range of other criteria;