absorption control

absorption control

[əb′sȯrp·shən kən′trōl]
(electronics)
(nucleonics)
Control of a nuclear reactor by a material that absorbs neutrons, such as cadmium or boron steel. Also known as absorber control.
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Speaking of safety, GS4 is equipped with all-round smart safety technologies, such as AFS, BOSCH 9G ESP, TMPS, as well as the new generation Geometric Absorption Control.
The present invention is characterized in that the absorbent including a body fluid absorption and holding function and a shrinkage function when contacting with a body fluid is provided in a body fluid absorbent portion, and an absorption control layer a liquid impermeable range of which is reduced whenever the body fluid is excreted is provided on the absorbent.
Nautilus Pro Series Treadmills include three commercial quality models with REACT(R) Absorption Control Technology, one of the most advanced cushioning systems, and running surfaces that are among the longest and widest running surfaces available, with steel frames supporting people up to 400 pounds.
All Nautilus treadmills also feature React(TM) Absorption Control Technology designed to accommodate the needs of runners and walkers of all weights with maximum comfort and safety.