curing time

curing time

[′kyu̇r·iŋ ‚tīm]
(chemistry)
The period of time in which a part is subjected to heat or pressure to cure the resin.
(engineering)
Time interval between the stopping of moving parts during thermoplastics molding and the release of mold pressure. Also known as molding time.

curing time

The length of time required to effect the cure of a plastic or resin by chemical reaction.
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Also, the developed mechanical properties at 3 hours of curing time for MPC mortar reinforced with fibers are comparable to that at 28 days for ordinary Portland cement (OPC) mortar.
The curing time, PSS concentration, and sand density are varied in the experiment.
Recently, high power LED lights have been introduced that decreased the curing time. More SBS occurred with increase in curing time, Similarly LED and halogen units showed higher MSB as the curing time was increased.9
The wet curing time of the concrete before being exposed to the drying environment has an impact on the development of drying shrinkage.
Practical experiments showed that the injection work is the main influencing factor on the temperature increase of the rubber compound also having a major influence on the curing time. Further optimization of the conical die geometries resulted in no additional technological improvements.
One of the most important attributes of jerky is the curing time that can be measured as quality properties.
The depth of the pipe, the amount of snow you had, and how long it has been warm, all affect proper curing time. Consider setting your chemicals a little higher cure time, so that they can generate internal heat needed to cure the liner.
"Curing time is one of the biggest causes of bottlenecks on wind tower production lines," explains group power segment manager Anders Voldsgrd Clausen.
The resulting dispersion potential from using 5 percent pozzolan, however, kept coming down with increasing curing time. Stabilization using pozzolan alone was apparently time consuming that even after 90 days, the dispersion potential kept decreasing with any given additional day of curing.
As showed in table 1, four curing factors such as hydrochloric acid concentration, heating rate, curing temperature and curing time were selected to be optimized by using aL 16 (44) orthogonal table in term of the crystallinity of carbon fiber precursors.
It features instant on operation that further reduces curing time.