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  • noun Quality or degree of being flowable.

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Examples

  • Harpster also discussed the lack of "flowability" of the co-products in transport and feed handling systems.

    Lancaster Farming - Lancaster Farming

  • Harpster also discussed the lack of "flowability" of the co-products in transport and feed handling systems.

    Lancaster Farming - Lancaster Farming

  • Harpster also discussed the lack of "flowability" of the co-products in transport and feed handling systems.

    Lancaster Farming - Lancaster Farming

  • Well the huge increase in flowability in my essays is more than enough.

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  • Net sales and unit volume were down for agricultural chemical carriers, flowability aids and co-packaged cat litter products due to weaker demand and competitive pricing.

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  • Conventional wisdom held that grinding switchgrass into smaller pieces would bring its aspect ratio closer to that of corn and soybeans, which have ratios close to 1 and no problems with flowability.

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  • Biofuels processors who mill switchgrass into fine bits to help its flowability should be able to save time, energy and money by not doing so, a Purdue University study shows.

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  • Conventional wisdom held that grinding switchgrass into smaller pieces would bring its aspect ratio closer to that of corn and soybeans, which have ratios close to 1 and no problems with flowability.

    Science Blog

  • Energy wasted grinding switchgrass smaller to improve flowability

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  • Conventional wisdom held that grinding switchgrass into smaller pieces would bring its aspect ratio closer to that of corn and soybeans, which have ratios close to 1 and no problems with flowability.

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