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by-product

[′bī‚präd·əkt]
(engineering)
A product from a manufacturing process that is not considered the principal material.

By-product

Material, other than the principal product, generated as a consequence of an industrial process or as a break-down product in a living system.
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The highest cumulative gas production occurred with the byproduct of canola, followed to a lesser extent by the black sunflower and the forage radish.
Statistical analysis: The homogeneity of EE concentrations in copra byproducts was tested using PROC UNIVARIATE of SAS (SAS Inst.
to develop a means to reuse metalcasting byproducts from Waupaca's six facilities in Wisconsin, Indiana and Tennessee.
Two hundreds mg of freeze-dried green tea and black tea byproducts passed through 1 mm screen were weighed each into 100 mL calibrated glass syringe.
In addition to byproduct recycling, the plant also recycles old metal parts, wire and junk for scrap metal content, as the money recovered easily justifies the activity and the process helps keep the plant clean.
There is an alternative explanation, namely that religious psychology is a byproduct of many parts of the mind that evolved for other purposes.
The example above (see Example 5) assumes that the company makes one primary product and one byproduct from a common process with a joint cost of $10,000.
2] emissions when burned; the only byproducts are heat and pure water.
The Institute provides training for students, professional community, regulators, and the general public in sustainable waste and byproduct management domestically and abroad, and contributes to the overall educational focus and 'learn-by-doing' mission of Cal Poly.
Diets were formulated by replacing elephant grass (control) with byproducts in the following proportions: 100/0, 70/30, 50/50 and 30/70 (elephant grass / byproduct).
We intend to go out and aggressively look for niche companies that want to set up in Sudbury in the eco-industrial park to take advantage of the waste byproduct from the biodiesel plant.
Every byproduct from the plant is captured or used.