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Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Sea urchin

Sea urchin



  • The sea urchin is a spiny and hard-shelled sea animal which lives on the rocky seafloor, from shallow waters to great depths. These globular marine invertebrates move very slowly along the seabed. There are about 700 different species of sea urchins worldwide.
  • Two common species of sea urchins are the red (Strongylocentrotus franciscanus) and purple
    (S. purpuratus), in shallow waters of California. Both species have been implicated in the decline of kelp beds.
  • In Japan, sea urchins are protected rather than destroyed. Many sea urchins have venomous spines. The biggest sea urchin is the red sea urchin (Strongylocentratus franciscanus); having a test about 7 inches (18 cm) in diameter.

Magnetic Moulding

Magnetic Moulding




  • Magnetic moulding, is an innovative process and it is  an expendable model and it is used that is surrounded by metallic particles bonded together by the action of an induced magnetic field.
  • In that  magnetic moulding  process have the  advantages of the lost foam process and the permanent mould processes.
  • The magnetic process is an environmentally friendly and cost competitive and suitable to produce high quality parts with very complex shapes with a large range of sizes & materials.

Titanium Components

                                          

  • Titanium is a chemical element with the symbol Ti and atomic number 22.
  • Titanium is an element, and  it doesn't have components unless you count the atoms that make up this amazing metal.
  • Titanium is used in Aircraft applications and make up most of the structural components and fasteners.
  • Its parts are used in rockets , vehicular, medical, scientific and industrial applications.
  • Titanium is a material that is in high demand in the oil and gas, aerospace and defence industries.

 

Monday, October 29, 2012

Optical whitening agent

Optical whitening agent



  • Organic Optical Whitening Agents, otherwise called as Optical Brightening Agents are organic dyes that absorb ultraviolet light and re-emit that light in the blue part of the visible spectrum.
  • The result is that whitening and brightening of the media into which they are incorporated.
  • Application of Optical brightening agents (OBA) are it is commonly used in the pulp and paper industry, and they can be applied to different kinds of pulps, including high-yield pulp (HYP) and Kraft pulps.

Saturday, October 27, 2012

Seamless Pipe Fittings

                                          
  • Pipe fittings cover many components that connect pipe ends for in-line, offset, multi-port configurations.
  • Applications in pressurized and non-pressure applications such as drain, waste and vent systems.
  • Used to join pipes in laying for carrying fluids under pressure.
  • The base raw material for manufacturing Seamless Pipe fittings is made out from Seamless pipe. 
  • The pipes are cut into different size and shapes as specified by customer requirement. The pieces then undergo the process of bending, rough turning, facing, threading and quality checking and packing.

Friday, October 26, 2012

Naphthenes

                                                   

  • Naphthenes are also known as Cycloalkanes. The common misspellings are napthene, napthenes.
  • Naphthenes  are obtained from petroleum. It comes under cyclic aliphatic hydrocarbons.
  • Naphthenes  general formula is CnH2n.
  • 30-60% naphthenes are found in crude oil.
  • Petroleum or crude oil is a complex mixture of hydrocarbons , which is the major raw material for Naphthenes.

Passion fruit

Passion fruit



  • The passion fruit (Passiflora edulis), which belongs to the family Passifloraceae, is a native of Brazil. In India, it is found to be growing wild in many parts of Western Ghat such as Nilgiris, Wynad, Kodaikanal, Shevroys, Coorg and Malabar as well as Himachal Pradesh and North Eastern States like Manipur, Nagaland and Mizoram.
  • The fruit is famous for its good flavour and aroma which helps not only in producing a high quality squash but also in flavouring several other products.
  • There are several varieties of Passion Fruit but the two main commercial types on the market today are the Purple Passion Fruit (Passiflora edulis) and Yellow Passion Fruit (edulis  flavicarpa).

Chlorine Gas

Chlorine Gas


  • Chlorine gas comes from chlorine and a common chemical used in factories, labs, household products.
  • The chlorine gas is the yellow green and it has a strong smell, like the bleach and it stays to the ground and spreads fast.
  • The one of the danger in chlorine gas is a poison. If you breathe chlorine gas, you could die.
  • It is the feed room and it for the purposes of this the document. chlorine gas is a room that contains the chlorinator & active cylinder used to apply chlorine gas at a water facility and it also used to waste water facility.

Thursday, October 25, 2012

Thermochromic Glazing


                       
  • Thermochromic laminated glazing (TLG) which regulate daylight automatically adapting dynamically to the continuously changing climatic conditions, aids in reducing the energy needs of a building and providing thermal comfort.
  • Glazing technology changes optical properties with respect to temperature c. It consists of mainly liquids or gels sandwiched between layers of glazing.
  • Chief advantages are daylight regulation adapted on a programmable and automatic basis without using of any electrical power unit, simple design, cheap laminating technology & raw materials, feasibility of large glazing area production, high material UV-stability.
  • New development in smart glass technology that is currently receiving considerable attention because of the potential it has to reduce energy use in buildings, particularly those located in warmer climates.

Solutes

                  

  

  • Solute is a component of a solution: in a solution, the dissolving substance is called a solvent whereas the dissolved substance is called a solute.
  • The term solute means it used for materials that are chemically dissolved in water.
  • This includes materials such as calcium, chloride, sodium, potassium, magnesium, silica, and carbonate, which are often in relatively large concentrations.
  • Water is the solvent  in which the solutes, such as salts and organic molecules.
  • Solute is the part of a solution that dissolves in the solvent.