In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- A decanter centrifuge is defined for separating a heavy phase material from a liquid within a feed mixture.
- In simple terms this demands the construction either of large, slowly rotating vehicles or small, rapidly spinning human centrifuges that can be contained within more conventional spacecraft.
- RPMs for different centrifuges can be determined by consulting the nomogram in the manufacturer's manual that comes with the centrifuge.
- After donation, all the blood is divided into its constituent parts by a 3,000-revolution per minute centrifuge according to differential density.
- Blood was collected from the basilic wing vein, and plasma was separated with a centrifuge.
- Next, the crystals are harvested from the refining liquid through two centrifuges arranged in parallel.
- What are the chances that the uneducated dictator could tell a centrifuge from a cow-milking machine?
- A centrifuge may include a fluid separation wall aligned substantially parallel to an axis of rotation and include an inner surface, a void area, and an outer surface.
- If a passenger candidate develops electrocardiographic abnormalities during centrifugation, the centrifuge can be stopped and, most likely, the irregular heart rhythm will revert to normal beating.
- After the Uranium metal was separated form the Uranium ore it is put into a gas centrifuge to separate the U - 235 and U - 238.
- Sugar from sugar cane - cane is crushed to release its juice which is cleared of impurities, reduced down then spun in a centrifuge to separate the sucrose which is allowed to crystallize.
- Employees then apply a series of enzymes to break down the connective tissue between the cells and spin them in a centrifuge to separate the cells from the intercellular waste.
- For one of his current projects, he renders and filters the fat out of Kobe beef and he puts the liquid into a centrifuge, which separates it by density into three distinct layers, each with a different flavor.
- In addition, he informed the Agency that the commercial scale enrichment facility, which is planned to contain over 50,000 centrifuges, was not scheduled to receive nuclear material in the near future.
- Nowadays cream is separated mechanically in a centrifuge, a revolving circular vessel in which the cream migrates to the centre, from which it is drawn off.
- When blood is taken, it is spun in a centrifuge and the platelets separated out, with the remaining blood going back to the donor.
- Use of filters and centrifuges to eliminate all solid matter are effective, but some people claim these methods also remove body and character from the wine.
- The suspension is then passed to a series of centrifuges where the cells are separated from the liquid residue, and these centrifuged cells are collectively known as mycoprotein.
- The murky liquid produced is part oil, part fruit water, and it has to be separated in a centrifuge.
- The same goes for the high-tech metal alloys needed to produce centrifuges and the powerful motors to rotate these centrifuges at very high speeds.
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