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sparger

[′spär·jər]
(chemical engineering)
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Effects of test particle position, sparger diameter, and liquid height in column were studied in separate runs by making similar measurements by changing the operating condition in the column appropriately.
These studies can be categorized either under a plunging jet or sparger type system.
Less expensive alternative to ordinary diffusers, injectors and sparger designs dispenses with bubbles by infusing oxygen into water
Ohkawa, "Effect of Gas Sparger Type on Operational Characteristics of a Bubble Column under Mechanical Foam Control," Journal of Chemical Technology and Biotechnology 66, 65-71 (1996).
The air sparger consisted of a ceramic frit and provided fine bubble distribution.
By selecting SBManagerTM, Rockwell Automation is taking supplier management to the next level," said Mike Sparger, Director of Purchasing, Rockwell Automation.
Molina, "Studies of Mixing in a Concentric Tube Airlift Bioreactor with Different Sparger," Chem.
We look at the big picture, and use technology as a tool to create a more efficient, effective flow of knowledge within the enterprise," said Jerry Sparger, senior vice president and general manager, Commercial Services, NCI.
May 11 /PRNewswire/ -- Capital Guardian, LLC, announces the addition of Sparger Investments at 731 North 2nd Street in Albemarle, North Carolina.
Mississippi Chemical's complaint maintains that Mississippi Chemical has been harmed by defamatory public statements made by Terra and by Terra's publication of a report wrongfully alleging that the cause of the explosion at its Port Neal, Iowa, facility on December 13, 1994, was a defect in the design of a nitric acid sparger included in a technology package licensed from Mississippi Chemical in 1980.