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feed ratio

[′fēd ‚rā·shō]
(mechanical engineering)
The number of revolutions a drill stem and bit must turn to advance the drill bit 1 inch when the stem is attached to and rotated by a screw- or gear-feed type of drill swivel head with a particular pair of the set of gears engaged. Also known as feed speed.
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It is a little different with the feed ratio, due to the inevitable isomerization between eis and trans isomers [24], especially under high temperature.
The Effects of salinity, temperature and feed ratio on growth performance of European sea bass (Dicentrarchus labrax L.
2001) reported that supplemental ISF in excess of those in a corn-soybean meal diet decreased gain to feed ratio.
9 the theoretical and experimental observed impact of the feed ratio on the minimum film thickness is plotted.
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Table 3: Effect of acid-detoxified TSM-based diets on the feed intake, weight gain and gain: feed ratio of birds Diets Feed intake Weight gain /bird/week (g) /bird/week (g) Control 117.
The experiment was planned according the course: spindle rotational speed set of 2000, 2500 and 3000 rpm was selected and for each ones drilling feed ratio set of 60, 100 and 140 mm/min was assigned.
It was observed from those studies that lower pressure (atmospheric), higher temperature (>500[degrees]C) and higher water-to-ethanol feed ratio were favourable for higher hydrogen production.
Presented research is an attempt of prediction of the feed ratio and direction influence on milling inaccuracy.
The main aim of the experiments is to enable controlling the deviation values generated by influence of feed ratio.