The process is highly favorable due to its ability to exhibit a deposition efficiency
of 90%, and compatibility with metals and alloys of titanium and nanocrystalline materials.
No dependence on the Reynolds number for the particle deposition efficiency
Particle deposition efficiency
of the branches based on Stk numbers, daughter branches of RB9+10 and LB10, were plotted in Figures 4(b) and 4(c), respectively.
This is due to the depletion of [Co.sup.2+] in the solution or due to the lower deposition efficiency
of Co than that of Ni and hence a decrease in the ratio of [Co.sup.2+]/([Ni.sup.2+]+ [Co.sup.2+]) [24, 38].
As a result, the wet deposition depends heavily on how much BC is hydrophilic (hydrophilic fraction) and how fast hydrophilic BC is incorporated into clouds for removal (wet deposition efficiency
 reported that the plasma temperature gradient of Laval nozzle, consisting of a convergent part, a cylindrical channel, and a bell-shaped divergent exit (CCD-bell nozzle), was smaller than that of standard cylindrical nozzle (cylindrical nozzle), and it can improve the deposition efficiency
and density of coatings.
Thus, the effects of supplementation with different protein: carbohydrate ratios on body composition, carcass characteristics and protein and energy deposition efficiency
of young bulls from 4 until 18 months of age were assessed.
* High deposition efficiency
over a wide range of current densities
The nanocomposite core provides the high wear resistance, low friction, and light weight, and the binders provide the corrosion resistance, toughness, ductility, resiliency, and improved deposition efficiency
, according to president and CEO Andrew J.