vacuum bag

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n vacuum bag a bag into which dirt is sucked by a vacuum cleaner
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Usage


In news:

The technique — which involves using vacuum-sealed plastic bags to cook foods in water at precisely controlled temperatures — is both relatively new to the home chef and poorly documented.
Vacuum Storage Bags I have never used them.
Japanese weirdness goes to a whole new place with people vacuum-packed together in giant Zip-loc bags.
The Chip Trapper vacuums the coolant or liquid that is filled with debris and traps all the solids in a filter bag.
TTI Closes Vacuum Bag Plant in Ohio Jun 15, 2012 Printable format Email this Article Search.
Announced that it will close the Hoover vacuum bag factory in Canton, OH.
Here's the vacuum bag used to protect the presidential family's turkey.
In Westchester County, New Rochelle is considering doing away with leaf vacuuming and requiring property owners to bag their leaves for curbside pickup, a requirement enforced in just a handful of nearby municipalities including Yonkers.
She spent hundreds of dollars on special vacuum cleaners and bagged all of her children's toys.
ZCORR Vacuum Storage and Preservation Bags are 100 percent effective at preventing corrosion and are fast and simple to use.
Imperial Systems, Inc Vacuum Receiver is designed to receive product from a vacuum or pressure system and is a bottom removal bag filter.
Rifkin's Drive-Up Teller Bag is designed to fit inside most vacuum tube carriers.
Vacuum thoroughly with vacuum hose and toss vacuum bag.
Vacuum bag from Sealed Air's Cryovac brand protects Presidential turkey.
A Presidential turkey packaged with Sealed Air's Cryovac vacuum L-bag.
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In science:

The cylindrical electrodes have been obtained from very light polyimide foils (50 µm thick for GEMs, 100 µm for Cathode, 100 µm for Anode) rolled onto machined PTFE cylinders, acting as molds, and then glued exploiting the vacuum bag technique.
Status of the Cylindical-GEM project for the KLOE-2 Inner Tracker
Figure 5. A cylindrical field-cage foil realised with vacuum bag techn ique.
Performances of a GEM-based Time Projection Chamber prototype for the AMADEUS experiment
L is given by Eq. (41) and b is the energy density difference between the perturbative vacuum and the true vacuum, i.e., the bag constant.
Effects of hyperons on the dynamical deconfinement transition in cold neutron star matter
For large inter-quark separation r the perturbative vacuum ‘bag’ takes on a cigar shape, of fixed cross sectional area A.
A Modern Introduction to Quarkonium Theory
In comparison with phenomenological estimates of the energy difference between the perturbative and nonperturbative vacuum states, such as B in the MIT bag model, this is an order of magnitude larger.
Boundary of Nuclear Physics and QCD
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