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setting time

[′sed·iŋ ‚tīm]
(engineering)
The length of time that a resin or adhesive must be subjected to heat or pressure to cause them to set, that is, harden, gel, or cure.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

setting time

1. The length of time required for gypsum plaster to harden after the addition of water.
2. The length of time during which a molded or extruded product must be subjected to heat and/or pressure to set the resin or adhesive.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Architecture and Construction. Copyright © 2003 by McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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By Setting Time [Value ($M) shipment analysis for 2013 - 2024]:
The higher volume of fly ash in the mixture and finer particle size of the fly ash causes a longer setting time in the mixture.
Briefly, the water-solid ratio of POCP was measured first, and then the setting time was determined according to its water-solid ratio.
The whole assembly was transferred to an incubator and kept for at least 3 times the measured setting time. After deciding the complete setting, the ends of the molds containing the specimens were ground by using 600-grit sandpaper with water supply.
This time period can vary from several weeks to several months, depending on the clinical situation presents at the time of preparation.3 Some of the clinical requirements of temporary cements include ease of handling, optimum setting time, good marginal seal to prevent microleakage and recurrent decay.
Longer Initial setting time showed lesser 28 days compressive strength, on the other hand longer Final setting time showed more 28 days compressive strength.
Pozzolith 700N will allow producers to redesign concrete mixes with SCM to achieve significant material cost savings and provide customers normal setting time performance, notes BASF Product Manager Jeffrey Ma.
A Vicat apparatus was used to measure standard consistence, and initial and final setting time after the reactants were mixed together and placed in a mould.
Commercial forms of MTA have shown extended setting time and lower compressive strength than restorative materials such as amalgam and Intermediate Restorative Material (IRM).
The ram setting time for both rotor speeds is more than 100 seconds if the rotor temperature is 30[degrees]C/86[degrees]F.
Slurry setting time is usually within 3-5 min., and the set section can be removed manually or with a simple stripping machine, with the pattern or corebox removed, the molded ceramic is chemically stabilized then quickly flame dried.
To meet fast setting time requirement in multiplexed analog input card, ADLINK develops the customized programmable gain amplifier (PGA) with special custom high precision resistor array in PXI-2204, the 64-channel multi-function DAQ.