Where possible, use verb forms instead of noun forms. Excessive or unnecessary nominalization (turning verbs into nouns) can make your writing wordy because it requires a noun and a verb instead of just the verb form.
A winglet may cause the introduction of a discontinuity
in the lift distribution curve.
A winglet may introduce a discontinuity in the lift
--Heather Reed (modified)
Regeneration of the resin bed is achieved by a calcium chloride solution. [Note that the main action of the sentence is located
in the nominal subject.]
The resin bed is regenerated with a calcium chloride
solution. [The main action of the sentence is now in the verb.]