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sterilization of milk by raising it rapidly to a temperature of 178°F, holding it there for a short time, and reducing it rapidly to 40°F.
flash meth·od (flash meth'ŏd)
Sterilization of milk by raising it rapidly to a temperature of 161°F, holding it there for a short time, and reducing it rapidly to 40°F.
A means of pasteurizing milk by rapidly raising its temperature to 178°F (80.1°C), maintaining it there for a few minutes, and rapidly chilling it until the temperature is 40°F (4.4°C). See: pasteurization
2. A fast low-angle shot method of obtaining magnetic resonance images.
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However, the Flash method
is not cost-effective among the proposed measurements, and requires the longest pre-loading time and measurement duration.
Similarly, when comparing the total enthalpy change from room temperature (68F [20C]) to 2,885F (1,420C) among the values from theoretical calculation of the inverse method and the laser flash method
, the laser flash method
shows similar values, because the thin specimen used in the laser flash method
was under partially thermally stabilized condition which is closer to thermal equilibrium.
The process uses flash method
, in transient regimen.
The transaction will enable integration of Osmoflo's technology, especially reverse osmosis, with Hitachi Zosen's plant engineering technology and experience in the multi-stage flash method