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liquefaction

 [lik″wĕ-fak´shun]
conversion into a liquid form. adj., adj liquefac´tive.
Miller-Keane Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing, and Allied Health, Seventh Edition. © 2003 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier, Inc. All rights reserved.

liq·ue·fac·tion

(lik-wĕ-fak'shŭn),
The act of becoming liquid; change from a solid to a liquid form.
[see liquefacient]
Farlex Partner Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

liq·ue·fac·tion

(lik'wĕ-fak'shŭn)
The act of becoming liquid; change from a solid to a liquid form.
See: liquefacient
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012
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Wang (1979) proposed the following four criteria which were subsequently adopted by Seed and Idriss (1982) the satisfaction of all of which would indicate that cohesive soils are susceptible to liquefaction:
Reportedly, these heat exchangers will be used in a coal liquefaction plant, where coal is processed into gas and then further into liquid fuels.
Although the biggest effects of soil liquefaction occur typically during strong earthquakes (Mw > 7.0) at susceptible sites close to the epicenter (e.g., M7.3 Charleston, USA 1886; M9.2 Alaska, USA 1964; M7.6 Niigata, Japan 1964; M7.6 Izmit, Turkey 1999), there have been cases where moderately strong earthquakes (e.g., M6.8 Kobe, Japan 1995; M6.3 Christchurch, New Zealand 2011) have produced widespread liquefaction.
Cheniere, its subsidiaries, and Bechtel have now declared Substantial Completion on seven liquefaction trains at the Corpus Christi liquefaction project and the Sabine Pass liquefaction project ahead of each train's guaranteed completion date and within project budgets.
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He said the ground is not compacted, and if the water table is shallow, liquefaction will occur.
Liquefaction takes place when loosely packed, water-logged sediments at or near the ground surface lose their strength in response to strong ground shaking.
that's the sense of liquefaction.) "Baka ang isyu diyan ay 'yung foundation.
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Reports on the liquefaction of oil shale in ethanol for shale oil production are rare.