from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. A product produced together with another product.

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  • n. Any of multiple products that are produced at the same time, or by the same process


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  • After computing the unconstrained fibring (that is, the coproduct)

    Combining Logics

  • 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.

    Chesapeake to Supply Ethane for Enterprise Pipeline

  • Indeed, the same fibring construction (coproduct or cocartesian lifting) can be performed in different categories of logic systems.

    Combining Logics

  • L2, which is defined over the signature C1 Š• C2 (the coproduct of C1 and C2), a new logic L is obtained.

    Combining Logics

  • Categories of logic systems having logic translations as morphisms are such that the canonical injections of the coproduct are just inclusion mappings.

    Combining Logics

  • 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.

    Chapter 10

  • The design involves 10-megawatt-electric biomass IGCC plants producing SLPG as a coproduct (250 barrels of crude oil equivalent a day).

    Chapter 10

  • Leucaena foliage from tree plantings is a valuable coproduct with several important uses.

    Chapter 11

  • A residue becomes a coproduct or a byproduct when profitable use is made of it.

    Chapter 4

  • Earnings in our Chlor Alkali business more than doubled compared to 2010, driven by improved pricing and by a higher level of coproduct sales.


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