conventional spinning

conventional spinning

[kən′ven·chən·əl ′spin·iŋ]
(metallurgy)
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With this development, Oerlikon Barmag was able to reduce the space requirements compared to conventional spinning plants by more than 35 percent.
Kannan said that this would " probably be the only place in the world where a farmer brings cotton to the in- gate and it goes out as a fabric from the out- gate." This is possible because Kannan has evolved a new technology called BlowCard that " simplifies a part of the spinning process by integrating blending, blow- room and carding activities carried out in a conventional spinning mill.
The ViSX all-flash performance storage appliance was architected from the ground-up to deliver unprecedented speeds and reliable performance at prices associated with conventional spinning disk.
The XT is Seagate's second attempt at a hybrid drive combining solid-state storage with the more conventional spinning disk hard drive, a combination promising both increased performance and reliability.
(2003) who observed that a lower value of Uster hairiness was determined in compact yarn produced on the Suessen spinning machine in comparison with conventional spinning machine.
In conventional spinning, it is assumed that the sheet thickness is constant and the hoop strain is compressive, the radial strain is tensile and the thickness strain is zero.
<p>Yes, a Chrome OS netbook does need to meet certain technical specifications, including the use of a solid-state drive instead of a conventional spinning hard drive for storage.
I decided to use conventional spinning gear instead of rods made especially for kids, reasoning that it is better to teach them from the beginning to use gear that will provide them with the best results over the long term.
Frey's process involves dissolving the cotton with ethylene diamine, a relatively benign solvent, and using an electrospinning process to produce fibers 100 times smaller than anything obtainable by conventional spinning technologies.
In this process, electrical, rather than mechanical, forces produce a tiny, fiber that is "less than 100 nm in dia, which is 1,000 times smaller than in conventional spinning," says Frey.

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