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Utilization of milling intensifiers, optimization of granulometric composition, etc. Source: UNIDO/former CSSR Joint Programme, reference No. 2
2. Energy efficiency in the production of high-energy content building materials
This proportion can be reduced, either by increasing the density (ie by compacting the soil mechanically), or by adding a material with a complementary granulometric composition, the finer or coarser grains of which will allow a more regular distribution and a better volume occupancy.
An idea of the wide variation in the granulometric composition of different sands is given by Table II.
Mr.H. Von Schon gives the following granulometric analysis of a gravel having 34.1 per cent. voids:
Table V, taken from Feret's tests, shows the effect of changes in granulometric composition on the amount of voids in both broken stone and gravel.
Table V shows the effect of granulometric composition on the voids in gravel as determined by Feret.
Daily granulometric tests are made of the crusher output to regulate the amount of each size got from the machines.
Different species of interstitial Luciogobius inhabit sediments with different granulometric properties, suggesting that microhabitat partitioning has been an important mechanism facilitating speciation in these fishes.
A special attention is paid to the granulometric sizes and to the right humidity required by each ingredient to permit the best results when brewing the Fitness Caffè.
By request our coffee can be produced in any granulometric size.
mollusque commented on the word granulometric
Pertaining to the distribution of grain sizes (in a sample of sand, sediment, etc.).
January 21, 2008