deaeration


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deaeration

[dē‚er′ā·shən]
(engineering)
Removal of gas or air from a substance, as from feedwater or food.
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Deaeration and administered atropine sulfate are good and effective methods to deal with the bradycardia.
Therefore, we can assert that the main purpose of the deaerator associated with the release of oxygen, for heat deaeration is achieved at great energy and exergy consumptions, conversion of which is directed mainly on heat transfer and effective in generally.
Clients have a choice between three different deaeration processes: 1-stage vacuum deaeration, 2stage vacuum deaeration, and 2-stage pressure deaeration.
The percentage of dissolved drug was 98.78% in deaerated medium and 100.97% in non-deaerated medium; however, the difference between the results was not significant (DPR = 1.55%), proving that deaeration of the medium for the dissolution test is not necessary.
One is vacuum deaeration mode which combines 400G centrifugal force and vacuum, and other is atmospheric pressure deaeration mode which utilizes powerful centrifugal force of maximum 670G.
In all cases, filling cycles are initiated with a manual push button or by electrical contact closure, after which filling, deaeration and any required disconnection of the equipment from the container inlet are automatic.
This involves removing oxygen from the product in a process called deaeration, which enables the producers to store the "deaerated" liquid in million-gallon tanks for as long as a year.
(19) Nickel has good resistance to corrosion in the normal atmosphere, in natural freshwaters, and in deaeration nano-oxidizing acids, and it also has an excellent resistance to corrosion in alkaline media.
A compact degas vessel and vacuum foreline trap combination for the degassing and deaeration of epoxies, gels, resins, slurries and urethanes is available from MV Products.
Gao, et al., Effects of Deaeration Methods on Dissolution Testing in Aqueous Media: A Study Using a Total Dissolved Gas Pressure Meter," J.
Oxygen removal can be accomplished by means of chemical oxygen scavengers, vacuum deaeration, or sparging with an inert gas.
This corrosion may be reduced or eliminated via deaeration by mechanical, thermal, and/or chemical treatments (Nalco Guide 1993).