surface retention

surface retention

[′sər·fəs ri‚ten·chən]
(hydrology)
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Tenders are invited for Drainage improvement and surface retention construction, work include: Work includes approx 376 LF of remove existing fence on north and east sides of property; 1 EA - remove inactive 4" sewer lateral located in corner of lot; 2 EA - maxwell plus drywell; 1 EA - maintenance of existing drywell; 730 LF of split face masonry wall; 3 EA - install drainage openings; 800 SF - concrete spillway; 4 SF - flare phase 1 spillway; CY 16 - rip rap: D50 - 8" - 1~ depth, with filter fabric; 27 TN install base aggregate - 6" depth - below north wall footing; 1 EA - 16~ double door swing gate; 28 LF - paint safety railing - matching wall color selection; 1 EA - private property sign - install on gate; 2,700 SY - 3/4" screened madison gold decomposed granite included.
Surface retention of the biocide activates the hydrogel, which effectively holds fouling organisms at bay, cutting friction to a minimum while utilising a minimum amount of biocide.
The material, HiCap, vastly outperforms today's best adsorbents, which perform surface retention of solid or gas molecules, atoms or ions.
They do not blur vision but have a short ocular surface retention time.
Sodium hyaluronate is a mucopolysaccharide with high viscosity, good ocular surface retention time and is beneficial to wound healing.
Meanwhile, interest in feminine hygiene centers on tampon applicator technology, improved surface retention, better fit and increased absorbency.
Southern yellow pine, treated to full penetration, would likely produce samples that are lower in borate surface retention than typical commercial lumber or refractory species, since the same overall retention would be achieved with less penetration.
Its efficacy is enhanced by the specially formulated surfactant which provides better stability, penetration, surface retention and added detergent action.
3 percent boric acid overall, which gives a higher surface retention, due to water movement during drying.
This paper examines humic acid effects on CCA leaching in the laboratory and compares CCA surface retention and mass balances in red pine utility poles installed in wet, organic sites and well-drained control sites.
The pH of the water was not significantly related to surface retentions.