standard curing

standard curing

Subjecting test specimens of concrete to specified conditions of temperature and moisture.
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It is envisaged that the capability will be approximately as described below; Oven suitable for aerospace standard curing of composite components with an internal capacity of approximately 20 m x 5 m and 3.
The current standard curing and sintering approach uses a number of different systems to cure and sinter the inks.
Eren [5] found that with the increasing of curing temperature, compared with that of standard curing at 20[degrees]C, the early-age strength of slag blended concrete will increase.
The specimens were then demolded and cured under one of two curing conditions: standard curing (immersion in water at 23 [+ or -] 2[degrees]C) or autoclave curing.
EstEindar curing ovens are big and demand enormous amounts of energy, as standard curing time of the tubes is never inferior to 20 minutes.
This article will focus on using a combination of varying frequency, strain and temperature to provide more detailed processability information, as well as standard curing characteristics of the rubber compound, while completing testing in a time that is still acceptable for quality control.
If qualification is successful it should be accepted as an alternative to the JSF program s standard curing technology.
Up until this point of the study, dicumyl peroxide was the only peroxide evaluated, and 320[degrees]F was the standard curing temperature.
The Mooney viscosity is hardly affected by the standard curing system, and only slightly reduced with the dithioate cure system.
0 Highly active magnesium oxide -- Calcium hydroxide -- Standard curing conditions Press curing 170 [degrees] C x 10 min.
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