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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Being that the blowers are 20 plus years old, our plan is to eliminate all of the piping and drops and install two floating aerators/mixers on flotation devices and cabled off to the walls to provide the correct amount of mixing and air.
According to the researchers, over extended periods all of this turbulence may equal the amount of mixing predicted by Munk, and as a result may explain how deep ocean waters rise to the surface.
This stratification limits the amount of mixing, which is necessary for the transfer of oxygen to the water at the bottom of the sea.
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.
The answer to the power and capacity question lies in what type of mixing and the amount of mixing your customers do.
Change the engine design to reduce soot and other particles by increasing the amount of mixing between fuel and air, and you wind up producing more nitrogen oxides.
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.