filter cake


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filter cake

[′fil·tər ‚kāk]
(engineering)
(materials)
A concentrated solid or semisolid material that is separated from a liquid and remains on the filter after pressure filtration.
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For faster filter cake discharge, the speed of the plate shifter can be adjusted.
The product of filter process is filter cake which contains residual amount of filtrate and other substances that are adverse.
In slurry shields, most studies are focused on the filter cake properties [10-13].
After slicing horizontally the filter cake, the original morphologies of filtration section could be observed through SEM equipped with GSE detector and 3.0 kV accelerating voltage.
SEM Analysis of Filter Cake. In oil cement slurry, the oil cement has a certain particle size distribution, which can lead to the formation of water channeling and promote the flow of water.
The instruments used to study the FSDIF properties included a six speed rotary viscometer, middle pressure tester, density meter, and an automatic measuring instrument for filter cake thickness and toughness.
The objective of the present study was to evaluate the influence of the organic residues filter cake, straw, boiler ash and vinasse on the degradation and sorption of fipronil and atrazine in two representative soils with sugarcane crops in MS State.
In many cases, the use of Neutralac SLS45 improves metal precipitation, flocculant stability, filter cake moisture content and porosity.
The generation of residues from the agricultural industries in Brazil was estimated to be around 290,838,411 t for 2009, of which bagasse and filter cake constituted nearly 70%.
The key factor is the addition of a highly porous filter-aid to the feed stream, which increases the permeability of the filter cake and prevents the filter from becoming blocked.
FMY Poultry manure Crop residues green manure filter cake slaughter house waste biogas compost and silage are the material which enhances the organic matter in the soil.
According to planning documents, the process using pyrolysis - a thermochemical decomposition of organic material - involves converting 'oily sludge and filter cake' generated by the oil refining industry into gas to "generate low carbon electricity" for the National Grid.