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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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This needs to identify the additional storage capacity required in order to provide six months slurry storage.
There are three specific attributes that make the KZN submersible slurry pump more resistant to abrasion:
The locals alleged that slurry powder, as well as the fragments of Granites and other materials from the factories, is being dumped on the roads in Jalore, ignoring the adverse impact it can bring on the residents.
The Mega Fluid Systems product line includes leading-edge chemical, slurry and slurry-blend delivery systems, as well the supporting slurry filtration, metrology and world-class control and SCADA systems.
"Farming Connect can offer practical advice, identify improvements and find simple, cost-effective solutions to problems with storing slurry and manure.
The primary objective of this study was to determine the fate of pig slurry N to four major sinks: i) plant uptake, ii) soil N pool, iii) nitrogenous gases emission, and iv) nitrate leaching during regrowth of pasture sward.
Almost two weeks ago slurry was spotted leaking from an above-ground tank on a dairy farm about 1km from Afon Gwna, a spawning stream that feeds into Llyn Coron 4km away.
Slurry from the cattle dung is used as a fertiliser, generate algae in fish production, and manufacturing of animal feeds.
Ten groups of 1000 g slurry samples ranging from 73% to 82% in mass concentration were prepared.
Added as an auxiliary material to the material with high water content, material C made the slurry with high water content expand during the solidification process, so that it could better bind with the coal mass to enhance the material's performance in sealing fractures in coal and rock masses around coalbed gas drainage boreholes.
They may range from cement-based grout slurry such as cement slurry and cement-sodium silicate slurry to chemical slurry such as lignin, acrylic, and urea or epoxy resins [5-9].
In slurry shields, most studies are focused on the filter cake properties [10-13].