corotating


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corotating

[‚kō′rō‚tād·iŋ]
(science and technology)
Rotating about a common axis.
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The processing conditions are: corotating twin screw extruder with two different screw configurations (TSEa, TSEb), counter-rotating measuring mixer (for two minutes) or foaming.
[lambda] = 1.65 (corotating) and [lambda] = -1.65 (counterrotating) cases are studied in the current work.
Case-3: corotating VG-1 array placed at top-bottom and side walls.
Edmond Roelof and George Simnett of the Ulysses team suggest that perhaps corotating shocks do form at high latitudes - but at distances from the Sun farther than Ulysses ventured.
Lanier stages its production runs on seven twin-screw corotating compounding extruders from Leistritz Extrusion, Somerville, N.J., so that most of its product changes involve purges and cleandowns; Lanier pulls screws and changes elements only about 10-15% of the time.
[3] used finite element analysis to perform the three-dimensional nonisothermal flow simulations in the kneading discs of corotating twin-screw extruders.
A typical system includes a corotating intermeshing twin screw extruder equipped with a side stuffer, feeders, hot face pelletizer and vibratory cooling tower.
It is therefore possible to see the conical twin screw corotating system operating on a product for which it was designed.
The compact 26.5-mm corotating twin-screw extruder is for development of compounds and masterbatches in engineering and high-performance thermoplastics.
Compared with the RTD for anthracene as a free tracer, the RTD function obtained in either counter-rotating or corotating configuration by this UV polymeric tracer showed a shorter mean residence and narrower distribution.
Second, MAS' new third-generation conical, corotating, twin-screw extruder is available in six sizes with output ranges from 10 kg/hr (22 lb/hr) to more than 2000 kg/hr (4410 lb/hr).