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microscale

A scale used in meteorology that extends from about 0.5 in to 0.6 mile (1 cm−1 km). Microscale processes include such things as dust devils, tornadoes, and thunderstorm updrafts or downdrafts.
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Voluntary ex ante transparency notice: Instrument using Microscale Thermophoresis.
The 30 papers in this collection report recent research results on the mechanical response of nanoscale and microscale components that will be subjected to non-ambient temperatures and high stresses and pressures.
This book explains how tribological phenomena--friction, lubrication, and wear--originate from atomistic and microscale physical phenomena, and shows how this understanding can be used to solve macroscale tribology problems.
Recently, a team of engineers and chemists found a way to exploit a consequence of that microscale sluggishness.
CAMBRIDGE, England -- The Automation Partnership (TAP), a world leader in the design and development of innovative automation for life science applications, is exclusively previewing its Advanced Microscale BioReactor (ambr[TM]) technology on Booth 914 at the Bioprocess International Conference in Raleigh, USA.
Systems engineering for microscale and nanoscale technologies.
of Pennsylvania) introduce upper level undergraduates as well as beginning graduate students to the climatic system, outlining the differences between climatology and meteorology and including some advanced topics such as microscale transfer of energy, matter, and momentum; and equations essential to the field.
MBI is focused on commercializing products based on a patent-pending Microscale On-chip Valve(TM) (MOV(TM)) nanofluidic platform.
In the new scheme, when the researchers add a milliliter sample of blood to the system, the device itself processes the blood by shuttling it through microscale channels into various reaction chambers.
Nextreme Thermal Solutions, the leader in microscale thermal and power management products for the electronics industry, and Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT), have entered into a cooperation agreement to develop new products based on Nextreme's thin-film thermoelectric materials.
To achieve this, CANA follows a methodical approach, that systematically optimizes mesoscale chemistry, nanoscale morphology, microscale porosity and macroscale assembly and packaging.
It covers surface topography, friction and wear, lubrication and its relation to roughness, microscale and nanoscale aspects, tribology in manufacturing, and biological and medical tribology.