See also: Entrained Entreat Entrepreneur Entry Entrenched Entropy Entrust Entrance Entrepreneurship Entree Entreaty Entrusted Entrap Entrant Entreated Entreating Entrails Entrancing Entropic Entrepreneurial Entrer Entrez Entranced Entryway Entrainment
1. Entrained synonyms, Entrained pronunciation, Entrained translation, English dictionary definition of Entrained
2. Find 86 ways to say Entrained, along with antonyms, related words, and example sentences at Thesaurus.com, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.
3. ‘We Entrained at the camp & came on to Alexandria & thence to the boat.’ ‘So, on Saturday morning I Entrained for Brighton.’ ‘At Paddington, her wedding party entrains in a private saloon for the journey to Shropshire, enjoying ‘the low, rich purr of a Great Western express’ as far as Shrewsbury.’
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4. 6 synonyms and near synonyms of Entrained from the Merriam-Webster Thesaurus, plus 8 antonyms and near antonyms
5. Find another word for Entrained.
6. Entrained is a conjugated form of the verb entrain
7. The Entrained air is easily able to flow backwards in the twin-screw to the upstream vent barrel, while the solid powder is conveyed by the screws downstream
8. Synonyms for Entrained include en route, in transit, coming, during transport, going, in motion, journeying, on the road, on the way and proceeding
9. Other uses of air-Entrained concrete include sulfate resistance, resistance to alkali-silica reactivity, and improved workability
10. Entrained-flow gasifier is the most successful and widely used type of gasifier for large-scale gasification of coal, petroleum coke, and refinery residues
11. Entrained-flow gasifier is ideally suited to most types of coal except low-rank coal, which, like lignite and biomass, is not attractive because of …
12. Air-Entrained concrete is produced using air-entraining portland cement, or by the introduction of air-entraining agents, under careful engineering supervision, as the concrete is mixed on the job
Entrained, Entraining, Engineering
13. The amount of Entrained air is usually between four and seven percent of the volume of the concrete, but may be varied as required by special
14. A type of concrete which has microscopic bubbles in it is called Air Entrained Concrete.The method of forming a small tiny bubble in the concrete is known as Air entrainment.During the concrete making process, some air entrain admixtures are added in the concrete which forms air bubbles in it.Bubbles are created in the concrete when the concrete is in the plastic stage, most of the bubbles are
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15. Air can be Entrained in concre t e by either of two methods: the use of air entraining agents or of air en-t r aining cements
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16. Entrained air is an admixture of tiny spherical shaped air bubbles that are approximately one hundredth to one thousandth of an inch in size
17. Entrained-flow gasifiers operate at high temperature and pressure—and extremely turbulent flow—which causes rapid feed conversion and allows high throughput
18. The Entrained water is driven off as steam
19. In addition, Entrained salt crystals will usually deactivate catalyst beds and plug downstream processing equipment.
20. Entrained air can reduce pump performance dramatically: • 2 percent Entrained air can reduce pump performance by 10 to 12 percent
21. • 4 percent Entrained air can reduce pump performance by 44 percent
22. Mechanical introduction — Entrained air can be introduced at points in the system where there is a vacuum, such as leaks in the pump suction line
23. Improper bleeding — When initially filled, the hydraulic system will contain air in all forms (free, Entrained, and dissolved)
24. Foam (Entrained air, Visible foam) Air that is present in papermaking stock or white water can cause various kinds of problems, including pin-holes, circular marks on the paper, reduced dewatering rates, unsightly foam, deposit problems related to foam buildup, and loss of solid material due to overflow of foam from tanks and chests.
25. Q: I've heard that it's not a good idea to use a steel-trowel finish for air-Entrained exterior flatwork
26. A.: ACI 330R-92, Guide for Design and Construction of Concrete Parking Lots, section 4.5.2, recommends leveling air-Entrained concrete with a bull float or scraping straightedge immediately after
27. Freeze, so air-Entrained concrete isn’t needed to ensure a durable floor surface
28. Unless the building is enclosed and the roof is completed, it’s impos-sible to protect non-air-Entrained concrete slabs from external moisture
Enclosed, Entrained, External
29. Thus, specifiers often require interior concrete to be air-Entrained if the slabs will be exposed to a cold, wet
30. The ECUST Entrained flow gasifier incorporates opposed multi-burner (OMB) technology, and a water-quench in a down-flow configuration
31. Entrained-flow gasifiers have the ability to handle practically any coal feedstock and produce a clean, tar-free, syngas.The fine coal feed can be fed to the gasifier in either a dry or slurry form
32. Air-Entrained concrete used a chemical admixture to create bubbles (or voids) during the mixing process that exist throughout the concrete
33. As a result, the cured concrete is far more durable to freezing temperatures than non-air-Entrained concrete
34. The strength of air-Entrained concrete depends on the water/cement ratio as it does in non-air-Entrained concrete
35. The water content for an air-Entrained mix will be 3 to 5 gallons per cubic yard less than for a non-air-Entrained mix having the same slump.
36. Entrained air can also occur in instances where the product being pumped is close to the boiling point, like condensate
37. The Entrained gas may be an essential part of an industrial process, or it may be unwanted
38. Entrained water may also be formed by the lowering of the temperature of a fuel saturated with dissolved water
39. Furthermore, Entrained water droplets can join together to form large drops or slugs of free water
40. Entrained air dissipation rates While a direct correlation between the presence of Entrained air in these wells and nearby artificial recharge cannot be made, qualitative evidence suggests the two may be linked
41. Characterizing Entrained Gas To understand how recent technologies have largely overcome problems related to Entrained gas, it is important to understand the different categories of entrainment: slug flow, bubble flow, and empty-full-empty (EFE)
Entrained, Entrainment, Empty, Efe
42. Propeller and its Entrained water
43. It is the added mass and inertia of the Entrained water that is the challenge to predict accurately
44. Video on Entrained Gas Management technology Based on a function model, gas entrainment and the subsequent effects are demonstrated in this video to underline the benefits of the EGM™ technology
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45. Benefits of Air-Entrained Concrete
46. The main reason for using air-Entrained concrete is for the increased resistance of concrete against the alternating freezing and thawing cycles of water, which can occur during those periods when the surrounding temperature drops below 0 ° C.
47. Conversely, Entrained air is the result of adding an air-entraining agent during batching which develops an evenly distributed network of stable, microscopic voids which provide many fresh and hardened concrete benefits and remain in the mix as it cures
Entrained, Entraining, Evenly
48. In its plastic state, air-Entrained concrete exhibits better workability.
49. (Non-air-Entrained concrete) 6000: 0.41: 5000: 0.48: 4000: 0.57: 3000: 0.68: 2000: 0.82: Enter compressive strength at 28 days = psi
50. With accurate, real-time measurement of Entrained air, Buckman develops control algorithms to drive your process to new heights
51. The TRB National Cooperative Highway Research Program's NCHRP Research Report 961: Entrained Air-Void Systems for Durable Highway Concrete addresses these gaps and, more specifically, investigates innovative test methods for effectively characterizing the air system in fresh concrete and identifying the characteristics of the air-void system
52. Utilizing a conventional air separator that removed Entrained air — air traveling in a water stream in bubbles that can be seen with the human eye — but not entrapped air — air that has migrated out of a water stream and into high points as pockets of air — or dissolved air — microscopic bubbles that coat heat exchangers as the velocity of water through coils is reduced
Entrained, Eye, Entrapped, Exchangers
53. Laminar Entrained Flow Reactor Investigating the core principles of in situ and ex situ catalytic fast pyrolysis of biomass NREL is a national laboratory of the U.S
54. Lightweight-aggregate, air-Entrained concrete is increasingly used to cast interior, above-grade floors
ENTRAINED [inˈtrān, enˈtrān]
Definition of entrain. (Entry 1 of 2) transitive verb. 1 : to draw along with or after oneself. 2 : to draw in and transport (something, such as solid particles or gas) by the flow of a fluid.
entrainment(Noun) Any of several processes in which a solid or liquid is put into motion by a fluid. entrainment(Noun) The alignment of an organism's circadian rhythm to that of an external rhythm in its environment.
entrained thinking (Noun) A conditioned response that occurs when people are blocked from understanding and using new ways of thinking by the perspectives they acquired through past experience. How to pronounce entrained thinking?