additive level

additive level

[′ad·əd·iv ′lev·əl]
(materials)
The total percentage of all the additives in an oil sample.
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A design of an experiment (DOE) investigated the impact of sand additive level, sand additive type, and coating thickness (measured as Baume) on veining, penetration, and surface finish defects.
Although Process I also gave gel content this high, the additive level used was very high (Table 1), almost double the amount used in this case with Process 2 for the same amount of gel.
To extend its appeal, there is a new data matrix coding option, better user functions such as ink and additive level indicators, additional external communication capabilities and extended language capability.
They can also be used to test new oil to ensure that the additive level is where it should be.
The multi functional properties of CAB, Eastman cellulose esters, provide many benefits at an additive level in coil coatings.
The ESA2 had a similar curve, but at a 4% additive level rather than the 2.5% of ESAL The older generation ESA with more history of antiveining performance had intermediate initial expansion between silica sand with no additive and with ESA1 and ESA2, and relative little contraction, followed by secondary expansion.
The additive package is designed to minimize both toxic gas and smoke emissions during combustion, while requiring a relatively low additive level so as not to disrupt flow, mechanical or thermal properties of the host resin.
The immunity parameters of Ross 308 broiler chicken: The immunity parameters of Ross 308 broilers fed with different additive levels of dietary fish oil, soybean oil, and sunflower oil on some blood elements at the 42nd day of age was presented in Table 3.
Silatronix has introduced its first commercial product, OS3, an advanced functional solvent that provides multiple benefits to LiB performance at additive levels. In LiB electrolytes, OS3 inhibits breakdown of LiPF6, is thermally and electrochemically stable, and has minimal side effects on battery performance.
While liquid additives typically cost more per pound than pellet concentrates, they contain higher active ingredient loadings, are used at lower additive levels, and take up much less warehouse space.
Additive levels may be replenished after consultation with the fluid supplier.
(2010) evaluated the silage of elephant grass with cassava and cocoa brans and coffe husk, and observed a downward linear trend as increased the additive levels. According to these authors this was due to the low content of dry matter (18.7%) interfering with the availability of degradable protein.