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floc·cu·late

(flok'yū-lāt),
To become flocculent.

floc·cu·late

(flok'yū-lāt)
To become flocculent.
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Soil Approach Type and particle Structure type Figure size ([micro]m) JUQ01 2000x Agglomerations: 20 and Flocculated Figure 5 6000x 1 to 2.5 laminates (face-to-face) Flocculated (edge-face) JUQ02 2000x Laminate agglomeration: Flocculated Figure 6 6000x 50 (face-to-face) JAV 2000x Laminate agglomeration: Flocculated Figure 7 6000x 20 1 to 2 spheres (face-to-face) Flocculated (sphere) SDM 2000x Agglomeration 5 to 10 Disperse Figure 8 6000x 1 to 2 spheres (face-to-face) Disperse (sphere) Table 3: Geotechnical soil characterization of the studied soils.
Flocculated microalgae concentrates as diets for larvae of the tiger prawn Penaeus monodon (Fabricius).
This results in high retention in fine solids or low porosity flocculated solids and reduced dewatering.
When using ethanol, the SWNT mixtures flocculated and no separation of the nondispersed fraction was performed.
In order to remove solids from swine wastewater, which are responsible for the oxygen requirement in further treatment processes, the wastewater was flocculated with polymer.
If the system is flocculated, then the number of particles around a central particle will vary widely, depending on whether the central particle is in a floe (many close neighbors) or isolated between floes (a few close neighbors).
By using Ulrick & Short's clean label flocculated starches food manufacturers can obtain the functionality they require with greater ease and at a considerably lower cost.
The origin of this unit is linked to the deposition of predominantly clayey sediments flocculated as a consequence of a saline water-freshwater interface, under low-energy and shallow water estuarine conditions.
Upon completion of the "up time" (weeks or months) the solution is flocculated and passed through the centrifuge a final time prior to discharging to drain, ensuring maximum cleanliness of the effluent.
The samples were calcium carbonate flocculated within 2 weeks, typically within a few days, after collection (8).
Raw water (482 nephelometric turbidity units [NTUs]) was flocculated with different concentrations of the extracts.
In our theoretical analysis of flocculated water droplets sedimentation in a continuous settler we discuss this issue in more detail in an attempt to provide additional insight into the rag layer formation and efficiency of dewatering processes.