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capable of being shaped, bent, or drawn out, as by hammering or pressure

capable of occurring or being done

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capable of being done with means at hand and circumstances as they are

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High shear rates produce low viscosity that permits faster mixing prior to application, improves leveling during the application of high-viscosity mixtures, and improves workability (pumping, spraying, spreading, feathering, etc.
The test was carried out in accordance to ASTM C 939 1997 Test Method of Flow of Grout for Pre-placed-Aggregate Concrete (Flow Cone Method) and Kuala Lumpur City Hall (2003) was adopted in order to examine the workability of cementitious grout mixtures under Malaysian condition.
Claude Brown, Eovations, LLC Vice President of Technology & Innovation, said the resulting material equals and, in some cases, improves upon the physical strength, dimensional stability, environmental durability, aesthetics and workability properties of wood while overcoming the strength and other limitations of wood-plastic composites.
Lighter-weight of optical fiber cable enables improving in the workability of installation, or manual installation without towing machines or installation by fewer workers.
The 14 NGOs are: EAPN (with its members FEANTSA, Caritas Europa, ENAR, Eurochild, Eurodiaconia, AGE Platform), and the Platform of European Social NGOs, SOLIDAR, EWL, EDF, EASPD, CIAS Europe, Workability Europe and ISFW Europe.
22 on Workability, part of ASTM's Committee C01 on Cement.
Manila The chair of the government panel in the 21st formal exploratory talks with the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) has posed serious questions on the workability of a final peace agreement after questions were raised over the organisational integrity of the southern Philippines-based rebels.
Accordingly, CEMEX saod it will provide a low heat hydration, high workability and improved durability cement meeting the specific requirements of the Costa Rican Institute of Electricity that is in charge of the plant's construction.
The Workability Recruitment Response enables businesses with fewer than 250 employees to fill vacancies at no cost and help tackle unemployment.
It is cheap and easy to produce, and can increase the strength of concrete without affecting its other properties, such as workability.
Remark: Two indicators of workability were measured in bunching process (1st indicator was count of fractures per production quantity at the bunching of SC, 2nd indicator was quantity of produced wire which was separated into scrap because of too often fractures occurrence).
He questions the workability of targets to produce significant chunks of electricity from renewable energy and the efficacy of wind power, an argument spurred on by what he felt was a wrong-headed project to develop a wind farm near his home in Scotland.
Reliner Cement is a factory blended, single component, high strength cement concentrate, This comprehensive, polymer-modified Portland cement compound is a blend of highly reactive cements, pozzolanic materials, a calcium aluminate or microsilica based admixture, polypropylene fibers, and other selective ingredients, which impart greater workability for placement.
A sampling of topics covered in the 12 chapters: microstructural variables on the hot workability of DSSs, corrosion-resistance properties and in-service properties of standard and newly developed duplex grades, the effect of thermal histories induced by welding processes on the austenitic-ferritic microstructure and the secondary-phase precipitations, thermal embrittlement of cast DSSs, and the cyclic plastic behavior and the dislocation structure evolution of DSSs tested under cyclic uniaxial and multiaxial cyclic loading at room temperature.