American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A product produced together with another product.
- n. Any of multiple products that are produced at the same time, or by the same process
“After computing the unconstrained fibring (that is, the coproduct)”
“Increased natural-gas drilling in the Marcellus shale formation in the northeast U.S is leading to a growing supply of coproduct ethane, a raw material for petrochemical production.”
“Indeed, the same fibring construction (coproduct or cocartesian lifting) can be performed in different categories of logic systems.”
“L2, which is defined over the signature C1 • C2 (the coproduct of C1 and C2), a new logic L is obtained.”
“Categories of logic systems having logic translations as morphisms are such that the canonical injections of the coproduct are just inclusion mappings.”
“Third, a key to providing low-cost electricity from crop residues as a coproduct of cooking gas is being able to produce baseload electricity and to sell electricity produced in excess of local needs into the electric grid.”
“The design involves 10-megawatt-electric biomass IGCC plants producing SLPG as a coproduct (250 barrels of crude oil equivalent a day).”
“Leucaena foliage from tree plantings is a valuable coproduct with several important uses.”
“A residue becomes a coproduct or a byproduct when profitable use is made of it.”
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