Aeration


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aeration

[e′rā·shən]
(engineering)
Exposing to the action of air.
Causing air to bubble through.
Introducing air into a solution by spraying, stirring, or similar method.
Supplying or infusing with air, as in sand or soil.
(food engineering)
Charging a liquid with some gas, such as water with carbon dioxide (soda water).
(mining engineering)
The introduction of air into the pulp in a flotation cell to form air bubbles.

Aeration

Exposing water to the air; often results in the release into the atmosphere of gaseous impurities found in polluted water.

aeration

1. Exposing a substance to circulating air.
2. In landscape architecture, the addition of air into the soil; may be implemented by a plow-like mechanism or by the addition of an air-entrained material, such as vermiculite or peat moss, during the soil-conditioning process.
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On the basis of container type, global aeration pads market has been segmented as:
Aeration or aerification means exposing an object or substance to air.
All the farms used turning methods for air-supply and only 6 farms were using blower for aeration and turning methods together.
The cost of aeration is relatively small compared to the value of the aquaculture crop, generally not exceeding 10% of that value (Boyd, 1998).
In this study, partial nitrification was established in a sequencing batch reactor by carefully controlling the aeration, initially using activated sludge as seed sludge and then inoculating CANON biofilm in the SBR.
LASSERAN (1981) and SILVA (1995) stated that the aeration is always possible when the outdoor air temperature is lower than that of the grain mass.
Das, Jena, Mishra, and Pati (2012), Pawar, Jena, Das, and Bhatnagar (2009) and Pawar, Jena, and Das (2014) showed that the use of overnight water aeration significantly improved the growth and survival of the farmed animals in high density tanks.
The licensing deal provides Sulzer with global rights to incorporate the Blade Compressor design into aeration equipment for the treatment of wastewater.
Their strong nylon support fibers are spaced perfectly to offer ultimate support—if cells are placed too far apart, the insole will buckle under the weight of its wearer—too many cells and aeration will be compromised.
In order to learn more about the difference between aeration and conventionally filled green sand molds, a modified cone jolt test was used to study mold samples from each molding technique.
Before it can do that, Chesapeake Compost Works is waiting to install an aeration system meant to remove odor.