The company began studying how to refine
industrial waste for recycling in the mid-1990s but it took time.
Using this refined methodology, otologists can study the temporal bone anatomy in the laboratory, gain a better perspective of this part of the middle ear, and, in turn, refine
their own surgical techniques for dealing with disease in the posterior tympanum.
Finally, automation of the underwriting logic allows a process to be presented to the customer directly eliminating double entry and generating better data quality that can be used to further refine
the underwriting logic.
"We buy scrap precious metal, melt it, refine
it and sell it back to the jewelry manufacturers.
Nippon Oil will refine
about 20,000 barrels a day, the equivalent of 2 percent of its refining capacity.
While Al-Ti-B master alloys were shown to be powerful grain refiners in the original study, Al-B master alloys do not grain refine
The ladle is undergoing extensive testing at Maynard Steel Casting, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, where it is being used to refine
commercial grades of steel containing very low levels of sulfur and oxygen (|is less than~10 ppm).
The thinking goes, "it is bad enough to depend on outsiders for crude oil, so let's at least be able to refine
all the fuel we need." Thus, export markets for refined products are drying up.