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blowing

[′blō·iŋ]
(chemical engineering)
The introduction of compressed air near the bottom of a tank or other container in order to agitate the liquid therein.
(engineering)

blowing

1. See popping.
2. The upward movement of soil material at the base of an excavation or cofferdam as a result of groundwater pressure.

popping, blowing, pitting, pops

Shallow conical depressions, ranging in size from pinheads to diameters of ¼ in. (64 mm), just below the surface of a lime-putty finish coat; caused by the expansion of coarse particles of unhydrated lime or of foreign substances.
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Researchers at Bayer MaterialScience evaluated alternative blowing agents in two commercial HCFC-22 blown foam systems for refrigerated trailers and entry doors.
Session 1 on markets and legislation will include the presentation, "Impact of regulatory developments on the demand for blowing agents in foam," by Paul Ashford, Caleb Management Services Ltd.
The core blowing simulation took less than one day of computer time.
Features: Injection unit has 5 or 10 cavities; blowing wheel module has 2 molds; 5:1 ratio between injection and blowing cavities; continuously turning extruder screw for melt homogeneity; low-cost tooling (shell molds, one set of tools).
With the phase-out of HCFCs imminent, the presentations in Session A on "Construction" will turn to practical issues involving alternative blowing agents.
Custom-formulated concentrates for most thermoplastics can include a nontoxic blowing agent for food-contact applications and can contain color and other additives.
Issues sessions will be held on the three ingredients for a highly productive workforce, product stewardship in polyurethane systems, respiratory protection, furnishings flammability, product quality, MDI/TDI emissions, blowing agents, writing a technical paper, automotive OEMs and MDI/TDI transportation guidelines.
By eliminating the need to 'pull' fiber, the point-to-point blowing installation reduces the potential for damaging the fiber and eliminates the need for splicing intermediate connections; thereby offering zero points of failure.
Cure ingredients and blowing agents were added to the masterbatch on a 16" two roll mill.
Adds Glenn Woten, president of Unisul: "We believe this union gives us greater financial strength to grow our business, by developing new products and by targeting CertainTeed customers and non-customers with Unisul insulation and fireproofing blowing machines.
Extrusion blow introductions include new fast-cooling technology that slashes cycle time and "tandem" blowing that makes two bottles per parison.
Bekum will demonstrate tandem blowing on a BM-406D continuous-extrusion shuttle machine making 8-oz HDPE single-serve milk bottles.