two-stage curing

two-stage curing

A process in which concrete products are cured in low-pressure steam, stacked, and then autoclaved. See cure; autoclave.
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All ihe samples were polymerized by a two-stage curing cycle: a first isothermal stage at 125 C for 2 h and a second isoihemial stage with higher temperatures up to I80[degrees]C; these samples are coded EHA-X(Y) where X is the calalysi and Y is the temperature of the second stage.
This last mixture was cured by a two-stage curing cycle: a first isothermal stage at 125X (2 h) and a second isothennal stage al 1X0 C (2 h).
Second, in the drying stage, hongqing green passes through a two-stage curing process of high-temperature curing as well as low-temperature drying.