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sparging

[′spärj·iŋ]
(chemical engineering)
The process of forcing air through water to remove undesirable gases.
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During this exploratory study, we assumed that the moisture level in the molten polymer attained its new equilibrium concentration instantaneously after each change in sparge gas composition.
The sparge pipe was also noisy and caused vibration, which was a big concern.
A reactor was charged under air sparge with 128 g of IPDI monomer, 132 g of diluent (n-BuAc), and 1.
Each tube consists of variable slot size and spacing to achieve uniform sparge air distribution from each well under varying and sloping water table conditions.
In the brewhouse, oxygenated brewing and sparge water affects color, foam and taste.
A lance (wand), porous refractory (plug or tile) or rotary impellor is used to inject any of the followin sparge gases [individually or in combination]: nitrogen, argon and chlorine.
Pulsair Mixing Systems are very different from traditional mechanical or air sparge mixers which use blades or a continuous flow of low pressure air.
The light at dawn is also the setting of the next chapter, "Della virginita," which compares the light descending from the heavens to the inner light of the virginal soul: "Quella [la luce dell'alba] manifesta il corpo lucido distinguendolo dall'opaco; questa sparge da gli occhi i raggi dell'animo casto e luminoso, e lo discerne da quello che di terrene e tenebrose macchie e oscurato.
It should include ingredient weights, mash and sparge water volumes, hop additions and water adjustment calculations.
There is a careful, correct way to measure ingredients, to mash, to sparge, brew, to sanitize, to record information, and, if all the rules are followed, you will have no problems.
The CelliGen BLU features a compact control station providing advanced control, with integrated pumps, color touchscreen interface and options such as multiple thermal mass flow controllers and 4-gas mixing for direct sparge or overlay to enable high cell densities.
Both model and experimental data showed that monomer desorption is dependent upon steam sparge rate and solid content.