flowability

flowability

[‚flō·ə′bil·əd·ē]
(fluid mechanics)
Capability of a liquid or loose particulate solid to move by flow.
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With its state-of-the-art equipment that includes fluid bed technology, the company can manufacture products with optimal distribution of the active ingredients, excellent tabletting properties, good flowability, precisely defined solubility or very uniform particle size.
Thomas claims Vivid Harvest Whole Food Powders offer food and beverage manufacturers a number of processing advantages over raw foods and other fruit and vegetable inclusion processes, including a longer shelf life, better flowability with less dusting, enhanced solubility and dispersibility, a better particle shape with greater density and a lack of solvents or other adulterating processing aids.
The GeoPyc uses a quasi-fluid displacement medium comprising microspheres having a high degree of flowability that do not wet the sample or fill its external or internal pores.
Borealis states the higher flowability of the new grade enables converters to use lower processing temperatures, which, in combination with BNT, support energy and cycle time savings.
Key statement: Provided is a thermoplastic elastomer composition, which includes a halogenated isoolefin/paraalkylstyrene copolymer rubber dispersed in a polyamide resin in order to improve the fatigue durability of a polyamide resin, while maintaining high flowability of the polyamide.
Flowability and self-leveling consistency of Ulti-Grout requires no placing in lifts or consolidating by mechanical means.
Whenever a new powder formulation is to be introduced into an existing filling, compression or encapsulation area, questions about its flowability through the equipment inevitably surface.
These functionalities include flowability, compressibility, particle size distribution, shape, porosity, etc.
Its unique flowability allows manufacturers to run tabletting machines at a higher speed thus giving a greater output.
New Production Plant-Minimum dosages required * Lower cost per treated ton than other treatment technologies * Excellent flowability * Non-hygroscopic * Neutralizes HC1 gases in emission control baghouse * Improves baghouse filter efficiency
Specific topics include the exciton dispersion law and states of bimolecular thin films, the synthesis and properties of magnetic nanoparticles, the flowability of electrolyte copper powder, the photoluminescence of laser-synthesized anatase titanium dioxide nanopowders, examining cross-linked polyvinylpyridine in open reactors, the static and fatigue failure of bi-directional composite pipes, and the radio-protective efficiency of fullerenol in irradiated mice.
The flowability of PBT, coupled with its high melt strength, allows extremely small fibers to be manufactured with a diameter less than 1 pm.