plastify

plastify

[′plas·tə‚fī]
(engineering)
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Whereas in USMW the high frequency vibrations are introduced horizontally to increase the temperature and to plastify the material.
A pile-column bent may first tend to plastify at the column-beam joint, but the full flexural capacity of the system can only be obtained through the formation of a secondary plastic hinge, belowground surface (at least slightly below).
at which the material starts to plastify as well as monitoring of the plastic zones until limit moment [M.sub.pl] is obtained.
Stage 0-2' Plastify batch stage 1 2-5' Mix and target temperature 5 Dump (150[degrees]C) 3.
Moreover, under the precautionary principle, it has proposed a Directive providing that other soft PVC toys for children under 3 years liable to be put in their mouths should carry a warning that they contain phthalates.--Phthalates are chemicals used to plastify or soften PVC, and it has been shown that they can cause hepatitis, renal and testicular infections.
Such reactions, which will lead to dangling ENP chains that can plastify the epoxy network, were not clearly evidenced by FT-IR and 13C-NMR/CP-MAS spectroscopic measurements.
This adjustable extruder system features screw threads in the rotor and barrel that plastify and mix rubber for a wide range of compounds, according to the literature.