residual material

residual material

[rə′zij·ə·wəl mə′tir·ē·əl]
(geology)
Unconsolidated or partly weathered parent material of a soil, presumed to have developed in place (by weathering) from the consolidated rock on which it lies.
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They include: boiler room recording, marking of installation, preparation of materials, installation of fitters, storing tools and residual material, loading of tools and materials, submission of boiler room
The devices were then annealed in oxygen at 850 degrees Celsius (1,562 degrees Fahrenheit) to remove carbon and other residual material and to activate the emitters.
Thing is, if a substantial proportion of the total load - contents from ours, our neighbours' and our communities' recycle bins - that reaches the recycling facility contains food or other residual material, it risks being labelled as 'contaminated'.
Used heating elements can also be returned to the Gesellschaft fur Wolfram Industrie mbH and the residual material value is refunded.
While his town has committed to recycling over the "past four to five years," Jebara said, it must do something with the "residual material."
He said that burning of solid waste should be discouraged and action will be taken against stubble burning and crops residual material.
Significant dust can be present when the bag is empty if the operator does not account for residual material left in the bag at the empty condition.
"We were looking for a way to eliminate maintenance related to seals, and time related to manually removing 15 or 20 kg (33.7 or 40 lb.) of residual material every time we blended a different formulation or shut the equipment down," says Abarado.
"That's the residual material, which is expected to wear off.
The traditional cleaning method then requires a worker to enter the silo and vacuum the residual material while descending a ladder built into one side of the structure's interior.
Finally, it was assessed how large a proportion of the total root length had visible residual material (0%-100%), irrespective of the degree.
Bagasse of African palm was obtained as residual material from an oil palm extraction plant that is located in the department of Bolivar (Colombia).