compression process

compression process

[kəm′presh·ən ‚prä·səs]
(chemical engineering)
The recovery of natural gasoline from gas containing a high proportion of hydrocarbons.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Launched in late 2018, low touch compression was adopted by several banks as the next evolution in the compression process, delivering improved usability, user transparency and full automation together with API technology.
Best part is that it suits medical images having low resolution and hence operational on compression process at low bit rate.
The second compression process takes place at the end of the bridging conveyor which is shortly before the product stack is pushed into the carton.
Pretty soon that material was bonding the stone and earth products through the company's compression process, and the Valles were ready to revamp their product line and focus.
The split cycle engine uses a variant of the recuperated Brayton cycle with two main differences; the compression process is near isothermal and reciprocating compressors and expanders are used rather than the turbomachines more commonly used in gas turbine prime movers.
The case studies presented in the following subsections were conducted in order to determine the best parameters for the data-filling stage, which influence the entire MRC compression process. These parameters are the resampling filters, first of all, followed by the mipmap power and downsampling ratios for the foreground and background layers.
A core component of any air-cooled heat exchanger used for cooling natural gas in the compression process, the cooling section comprises a precision-engineered matrix of tubes through which hot compressed gas flows.
The compression process starts during heating up, with the foil being drawn into the IMG mold by an air intake mechanism (figure 6).
As Google explained in its blog, the Guetzli follows a multi-stage compression process, which includes color space transform, discrete cosine transform and quantization.