reticulation


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reticulation

[rə′tik·yə′lā·shən]
(graphic arts)
The contraction or wrinkling of a film emulsion because of sudden changes of temperature during processing.
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The Aurecon water and sanitation audit said maintenance and refurbishment of all infrastructure, both bulk and reticulation, had been ignored in favour of capital investment in new infrastructure for providing basic services over the past 14 years.
Henderson and team are developing a fluorescence sensor that can be held under running water to detect whether drinking water in a dual reticulation system has been compromised.
Figures 6, 7 and 8 present the comparison of the percentage of reticulation vs time measured by DSC and Raman spectroscopy for the three temperatures investigated.
It has 2-1-3 seeded pods with slight to moderate pod beak and pod constriction, and moderate pod reticulation and pod ridges.
The feasibility of hydropower to take advantage of the high pressure generated in the water already sent underground for cooling and dust suppression, to then be used for powering mining equipment, has been proven, and design specifications for the reticulation network and for ensuring the safety of the system have been drawn up.
Magope water reticulation project was not included in the World Bank loan as it did not meet the criteria for selection which targeted wider cluster benefit.
He said, 'As government who believe in the continuation of projects execution and implementation, the ministry concentrated in embarking on rehabilitation, resuscitation and reticulation of all the existing water schemes in the period under review.
2% full, the same as at the beginning of last year but this is due to the City of Windhoek's water reticulation works.
The scope of the project includes reticulation pipe work, an energy transfer station and all metering systems.
Part of the proceeds will be used for construction of roads, drainage systems, a water reticulation system, and electrical mains installation.
Western Water service technicians engage in myriad tasks, including installing meters, making water and wastewater connections, repairing water and wastewater reticulation assets, maintaining recycling and purification equipment, and more.