atomisation


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Synonyms for atomisation

separating something into fine particles

annihilation by reducing something to atoms

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Reportedly, after this expansion, AP&C has an atomisation capacity of over 150 tons of titanium alloys per year.
for example, at the end of 2011 it invested in a new pumping system in order to achieve greater flexibility in its water atomisation line and this investment included the installation of three Cat Pumps model 3545 triplex plunger pumps.
A new air atomising nozzle which enables effective spraying of viscous fluids at very fine atomisation but at low flow rates, is the latest addition to the BETE range of nozzles.
The Advance HD (High Demand) range has been designed to meet requirements for a smaller, lightweight, easier to handle gun to reduce operator fatigue, coupled with high performance atomisation to optimise paint transfer and spray all of today's materials, including low, medium, high solids and two-component solvent or waterborne types.
The cigarette is a non-flammable electronic device with liquid nicotine in a cartridge drawn into an atomisation chamber.
For future commercialisation, pSivida will use the dedicated facility to produce ultra-pure nano-structured BioSilicon(TM) microparticles doped with phosphorus: These microparticles are created using a specially developed melting process and water atomisation.
Objective: Reduction of soot emissions from Diesel engines will be explored by utilising simultaneously (a) injection pressure between 2000-4500bar, (b) engine operation at supercritical conditions relative to the injected fuel s critical point and (c) additives that improve atomisation and reduce pollutant formation.