amount of mixing

amount of mixing

The designation of the extent of mixer action employed in combining the ingredients for concrete or mortar; for stationary mixers: the mixing time; for truck mixers: the number of revolutions of the drum or blades at mixing speed, after the intermingling of the cement with water and aggregates.
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When mixing is required, an in-app timer will pop up ensuring the perfect amount of mixing time.
This is in good agreement with the amount of mixing time.
Evidence from the modeling is that all the smaller protoplanets would have had a fair amount of mixing, so people would have expected more normal iron to rock ratio," he said.
A comparison between the two figures shows that the amount of mixing water is slightly lower in case of bauxite than grog containing mixes.
Some amount of mixing could, therefore, be profitably used to reduce the tail of the distribution and minimize the frequency of high relative doses.
Equally important is the amount of mixing action applied to the sand.
Two or three barrel injection ports, each with its own SCF injector device, are used to ensure that the gas and melt get an equal amount of mixing regardless of the changing screw position during plastication.
The Mixing Breaker Plate, says the Madison Group, gives the processor a great deal of flexibility in terms of the amount of mixing to put in the system.
And all of those races and cultures have undergone and are undergoing a certain amount of mixing.
Illuminating the liquid with a sheet of laser light reveals the amount of mixing in different regions of a vertical cross section of the liquid.
The history of the shear force is the key parameter determining the amount of mixing.
This includes such things as the amount of mixing of the plasma from the solar wind and from the magnetosphere.