batching


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batching

[′bach·iŋ]
(computer science)
Grouping records for the purpose of processing them in a computer.
(engineering)
Weighing or measuring the volume of the ingredients of a batch of concrete or mortar, and then introducing these ingredients into a mixer.

batching

Weighing or measuring the volume of the ingredients of a batch of concrete or mortar, and then introducing these ingredients into a mixer.
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Also weighing equipment and batching control systems.
A gain-in-weight batching system uses an integral conveyor/feeder to discharge material into a hopper or vessel which is mounted on a scale.
An advantage to gain-in-weight batching is that the required scale capacity can generally be reduced with a proportional increase in scale resolution.
Reception, storage and batching of raw materials For the handling of polymers, carbon blacks, white fillers, oils and small ingredients, various solutions are possible, depending on local goods availability, which characterizes the way these products are packed when reaching the plant.
The next phase will provide for a sufficient storage capacity and batching system.
This would reduce wear and tear of the carousel and speed up the batching of multiple recipes.
This station serves as the operator interface for the batching side of the carousel.