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densify

[den-suh-fahy] /ˈdɛn səˌfaɪ/
verb (used with object), densified, densifying.
1.
to impregnate (wood) with additives under heat and pressure in order to achieve greater density and hardness.
Origin
1810-1820
1810-20; dense + -ify
Related forms
densification, noun
densifier, noun
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  • The company wanted to optimize its kiln process used to heat and densify its ceramic magnets.
  • The grout will form a column of bulbs, which displace and densify the surrounding soils.
  • Client can request to include or exclude geometry in the related rows or ask to generalize or densify geometry.
  • Further pulverizing is accomplished in a ball mill which also serves to densify the resin.
  • Urea-fueled compositions did not densify, but were mechanically and chemically stable.

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