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ablator

[′ab‚lād·ər]
(materials)
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1] are the thickness and mass of the ablator before and after O-A flame exposure, respectively, and t is the ablation testing duration.
High temperature/ velocity 0-A flame was exposed on the surface of the nanocomposites and simultaneously temperature elevation at the back facet of the ablator with respect to exposure time was monitored.
In order to reach this objective, the ABLAMOD project brings substantial expertise from across Europe in ablator materials, thermochemistry, m
5mm Ablator, a mono polar electrosurgical device, for general surgical use, including the orthopedic and arthroscopic applications for resection, ablation, excision of soft tissue, hemostasis of blood vessels, and coagulating soft tissue in, but not limited to the knee, shoulder, and primarily the hip.
TABLE 17 GLOBAL ELECTRICAL ABLATORS MARKET REVENUE, BY PRODUCTS, 2009 - 2016 ($MILLION)
TABLE 19 GLOBAL ELECTRICAL ABLATORS MARKET REVENUE, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2009 - 2016 ($MILLION)
TABLE 67 HIGH INTENSITY FOCUSED (HIFU) ULTRASOUND ABLATORS MARKET REVENUE, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2009 - 2011 ($MILLION)
TABLE 68 HIGH INTENSITY FOCUSED (HIFU) ULTRASOUND ABLATORS MARKET VOLUME, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2009 - 2011
The light/laser ablators market is estimated to account for the largest share of the global ablation technologies market in 2014, followed by the radiofrequency ablators market.
Tenders are invited for: Catalytic properties of ablators
The objective of this activity is to determine the catalytic properties of ablators materials in the VKI Plasmatron facility and toderive corresponding physical models for implementation in CFD codes.
Both newly approved devices are endometrial ablators designed to reduce or eliminate bleeding by destroying the lining of the uterus.