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slurry

a suspension of solid particles in a liquid, as in a mixture of cement, clay, coal dust, manure, meat, etc. with water

slurry

[′slər·ē]
(materials)
A semiliquid refractory material, such as clay, used to repair furnace refractories.
A free-flowing, pumpable suspension of fine solid material in liquid.
An emulsion of a sulfonated soluble oil in water used to cool and lubricate metal during cutting operations.
A plastic mixture of portland cement and water pumped into an oil well; after hardening, it provides support for the casing and a seal for the well bore.

slurry

1. A mixture of water and any finely divided insoluble material such as clay or portland cement and water.
2.See mud.
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2000), there was no clear difference in average N mineralisation between slurries and solid manures from the same species (Table 5), and a similar model can therefore probably be used for both organic N in slurry and solid manure originating from the same species.
Improved Performance of Air Product STI2100TM Calcined Ceria Slurry for Advanced Node Applications , Low Dishing Cu CMP Slurries for Advances Node Applications , Advanced High Rate, Neutral pH Tungsten Slurries , Post-STI CMP Buff Cleaning to Reduce Defectivity
There was a greater than 40% reduction of fat content when chitosan solutions were incorporated into 3% surimi slurries.
The slumping behaviour of slurries is determined by their rheological characteristics.
With the introduction of low-k dielectrics, which are softer and more delicate than high-k materials, there is even a greater need for close attention to the variables contributing to the disturbances in the slurries for copper CMP.
However, application of manure slurries to pasture is a more recent concept, and therefore policy guiding good management practice is limited.
The XHD pump is designed to withstand the wear caused by pumping heavy-duty slurries, and to help operators get back in operation quickly when service is required.
This test loop is used to quantify the flow behavior of non-Newtonian slurries and slurries with additives, such as gypsum, binder, and fly ash.
The handling of slurries causes unplanned downtime, which leads to high maintenance costs.
investment casting industry has used water-based slurries for decades.
Some types of valves that performed well when handling conventional fluids quickly failed when asked to handle tough mining slurries.
We anticipate that our SlurryScope System will be increasingly integrated into the CMP processing steps as the real-time data it provides is used to optimize slurry and filter life cycles, while eliminating the waste associated with the conventional practice of diluting slurries before analyzing their particulate compositions.