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acoustic energy

[ə′küs·tik ′en·ər·jē]
(acoustics)
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The threshold was used to mark chorus start and end times from which nightly parameters of chorus duration, total acoustic energy (TAE), and maximum SPL were calculated.
The high frequency acoustic energy used in ultrasonic testing travels through the casting until it hits the opposite surface or an interface or defect.
Acoustic Energy has summoned all its audio wizardy to conjure up this spellbinding system, equpping it with Bluetooth A2DP audio streaming for playing tracks wirelessly from your mobile.
Among the 134 patients who remained in the study at the 6-month follow-up, those in the active treatment groups received the same total acoustic energy dosage and had significantly less pain, although the response was superior among patients in the high-energy group (JAMA 290[19]:2573-80, 2003).
It converts heat from the plutonium into acoustic energy and then into electricity.
The new method relies on cavitation, where acoustic energy causes the formation in liquid of bubbles, which release energy as they collapse.
Devised by former University of Mississippi scientist Robert Derrow in close collaboration with ARS scientists, BASIS emits a pulse of acoustic energy and then gauges the strength and travel time of the back echo to determine sediment's location and concentration.
One of the most prominent characteristics of crunchy and crispy foods is the acoustic energy emitted upon their disintegration during the chewing process or during mechanical testing.
Apart from other advantages, NXT says the technology could prove more efficient in its translation of electrical energy to acoustic energy and hence prolong battery life.
The Echo liquid handlers use acoustic energy to transfer precise nanoliter volumes of samples, primers, probes and real-time PCR reagents," said Stephen Bates, Labcyte Senior Vice President.
The window permits acoustic energy to pass through with minimal sound transmission interference.
Acoustic Energy Rolls Out New Reference Three Flagship Loudspeaker