feed materials

feed materials

[′fēd mə‚tir·ē·əlz]
(nucleonics)
Refined uranium or thorium metal or their pure compounds in a form suitable for use in nuclear reactor fuel elements or as feed for uranium-enrichment processes.
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Contract awarded for 2018 first semester feed materials (commodities) purchase bid announcement
Then half-page abstracts document about 300 other oral and poster papers on raw feed materials, protein and amino acids nutrition, feed additives, feed enzymes, nutrition and gut health, mineral nutrition, and miscellaneous topics.
The rugged, lined feeder can stand up to feed materials of various sizes, while constantly handling re-circulated material.
The redevelopment of the Port Pirie lead smelter into an advanced poly-metallic processing and recovery center capable of processing a wider range of high-margin metal-bearing feed materials is expected to fundamentally transform the site's operating and business model.
The feed materials included are used both in the formulation of compound feeds and as straight feedstuffs (concentrations and by-products).
A new regulation - (EU) No 68/2013 - on the catalogue of feed materials entered into force on 19 February.
distillers' grains hit record levels: Japanese imports of distillers dried grains with solubles (DDGS) have risen to record levels as the country seeks alternatives to more costly feed materials.
Specifically, Energy Fuels will concentrate on mining its lower cost, high-grade breccia pipes in northern Arizona and on processing alternate feed materials at the White Mesa Mill which have no associated mining cost.
Department of Labor is notifying former employees of the Feed Materials Production Center in Fernald, Ohio, about a new class of employees added to the Special Exposure Cohort (SEC) of the Energy Employees Occupational Illness Compensation Program Act.
5 million tonnes of compound feeds and other feed materials in the Netherlands, Belgium and Germany.
Feed materials of animal origin, especially fish derived products, are in general more contaminated than feed materials of plant origin.
The impactor's two-stage crushing action produces a considerable amount of product even on the first pass, with reduction ratios up to 30:1, even when handling large and slabby feed materials.