size enlargement

size enlargement

[′sīz in‚lärj·mənt]
(chemical engineering)
Making large particles out of small ones by crystallization, particle cementation, tableting, briquetting, agglomeration, flocculation, melting, casting, compaction and extrusion, and sintering or nodulizing.
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and his contributors, all of whom are practitioners or researchers, respond by keep feedback from students and professionals in mind as they update this edition and add chapters on slurry transport, colloids and fine particles, size enlargement and the health effects of fine powders.
By 1895 the entrepreneurial Leach had become the first ever company to offer life size enlargements printed in one whole piece.
They have enormous things on their plate - layoffs, furloughs, potential cuts and potential class size enlargements.