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MPDEMain Propulsion Diesel Engine
MPDEMedium Density Polyethylene (plastic commonly used in water pipes)
MPDEMagpul Dark Earth (weapon)
MPDEMotion Picture Distribution of Estonia
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Preliminary hydraulic design using the standard steel, medium density polyethylene (MDPE) and high density polyethylene (HDPE) pipe materials was performed.
The base polymer used in this work was medium density polyethylene (MDPE, Qenos).
The bond strength test (15), in accordance with the Australian Standard AS 4321-1995, is used industrially to measure the bond strength of fusion-bonded medium density polyethylene coating on steel.
Manufactured in the UK by Kingspan Environmental, Titan bunkers are rotationally moulded from premium quality, medium density polyethylene. Strong, tough, robust and durable, every Titan bunker also benefits from inbuilt protection against the potentially damaging effects of sunlight.
More than 90 percent of the pipe used to transport natural gas is medium density polyethylene, says the Plastics Pipe Institute, citing statistics provided by the American Gas Association.
The paper contains the graphical presentation of the selected results of experimental studies of autothermal extrusion of a medium density polyethylene in an extruder with the grooved feed section in which the groove taper angle, and thus groove depth, was changed during the extrusion process.
Medium density polyethylene, tradenamed ME 2421 and supplied by Borealis Company, with a pellet size of about 3 mm was used.
About 800 km of steel and medium density polyethylene (MDPE) will be laid in the city as part of the project.
More than 90 percent of the pipe used to transport natural gas is medium density polyethylene, according to American Gas Association figures quoted by the Plastics Pipe Institute.
Medium density polyethylene pipes have been used in the water and gas Industries for over a decade.
Original testing was conducted on all medium density polyethylene (MDPE) and high density polyethylene (HDPE) gas pipe from the PPI member companies including Phillips Driscopipe, Plexco, AmeriFlow, Uponor, CSR PolyPipe, KWH Pipe and Charter Plastics.
It has been shown that annealing or slow cooling resulted in a higher value of BDTT for low density polyethylene (LDPE) (6), and that annealing also resulted in a decrease in the toughness at -60 to -90 [degrees] C for medium density polyethylene (MDPE) (8).
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