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in situ

[in ′si·chü]
(science and technology)
In the original location.

In situ

In position; a term applied to building elements and improvements that are assembled or cast in their permanent position on site rather than prefabricated elsewhere; for example, cast concrete rather than precast concrete.

in situ

In place, as in cast-in-place concrete.

in situ

In place. When something is "in situ," it is in its original location.
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The in-situ verification system is based on redundant measurements from the MPM meter; using additional equations and statistics to verify that the sensors in the meter are working fine and that the measured values, the system configuration, fluid properties and process, voltage and temperature (PVT) parameters are correct.
Compared with surface retorting In-situ mining has less impact on environment.
In-situ technique involves a chemical reaction resulting in the formation of a very fine and thermodynamically stable reinforcing phase within a metal matrix [10].
Therefore, in-situ and real-time dry-wood density changes during hot-pressing can be calculated (Eq.
It was hypothesized that (a) children trained with Eddie Eagle and BST would score higher than the control group on the self-report assessment; (b) children receiving training with BST would score better than Eddie Eagle and control participants on role-play assessments; (c) BST participants would perform significantly better then Eddie Eagle or control participants during in-situ assessments; and (d) for BST and Eddie Eagle participants who did not perform to criterion during the in-situ assessment, one in-situ training session would increase their performance to criterion.
In-Situ Measurements Of Heat Flux During Lubricant Spray Application In Die Casting
Sandwich plates can be prefabricated off-site for new structures, but repairs are made in-situ with the existing steel structure forming one side of the SPS overlay.
The first type of account relates to the position of generation of a wh-item, and relates to the inability of certain wh-item types to be in-situ wh-items when any wh-item is superior to them.
This paper examines an in-situ trial experiment on the ground improvement of the uniform marine clay soil in Singapore by the Super Well Point method.
Although other polymers are capable of in-situ gelation, the GelSite polymer's key properties of protein compatibility and stabilization combine to make it highly suitable for the delivery of physiological agents such as protein drugs and vaccines," said Kenneth Yates, president of DelSite Biotechnologies.
The mill trials used in-situ peracetic acid (Pa) under alkaline conditions in an O-Pa-[D.
In comparison with the more conventional Parthenon, the vast dome which is widely accepted as the oldest and finest example of in-situ relief concrete, had produced 'an interior of a new kind, no longer bounded by four walls and a roof.
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