critical range

critical range

[′krid·ə·kəl ′rānj]
(metallurgy)
The temperature range for the reversible change of austenite to ferrite, pearlite, and cementite.
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Critical range (CR) is computed using the following equation:
The new campaign aims to mobilize global support for action on a critical range of issues that affect people s lives, including setting an ambitious agenda that will advance sustainable development, develop new streams of sustainability financing and reach a climate agreement in 2015.
The campaign aims to mobilize global support for action on a critical range of issues that affect peoples lives, including setting an ambitious agenda that will advance sustainable development, develop new streams of sustainability financing and reach a climate agreement in 2015.
His food industry experience and knowledge of DDW's processing serve as strong capabilities for this critical range of responsibilities," added Lawson.
Oriental prices are rising, and there are question marks about the consistency of quality in some of the goods supplied, especially in the safety critical range of product.
12g in the critical range of 2Hz-10Hz, where most earthquake damage is likely to occur.
His critical range extends to 'that's terrible', 'erm, not bad', 'nice' or, if it's a particularly tasty offering, a 'yes, VERY nice'.
Apart from the usual critical range, there are also three extracts from plays contained here.
To determine whether this difference is statistically significant it is compared to a critical range value that is a function of the number of categories, K, the number of subjects (judges), N, and the significance level, a.
We analyzed 24 plasma samples, each from a different patient, selected to cover the critical range of plasma ACTH from 2.
If exceeded, the label indication area turns from white to red, thus letting the user see at a glance that the product has undergone temperatures beyond a critical range," she says.

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