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entrain

/en·train/ (en-trān´) to modulate the cardiac rhythm by gaining control of the rate of the pacemaker with an external stimulus.

entrain

(ĕn-trān′)
To alter the biological rhythm of an organism so that it assumes a cycle different from a 24-hour one.
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The function of a gating and risering system is to fill the mold cavity and promote directional solidification while reducing turbulence and avoiding air entrainment.
Reticulated foam filters, when properly applied, provide the best filtration, flow modification and protection from air entrainment.
Simple laboratory tests are usually sufficient for reagent selection in regard to chemical properties, but pilot-plant operation is required to determine physical attributes such as entrainment losses and phase separation data, as these factors are not so well understood.