physical testing

physical testing

[′fiz·ə·kəl ′test·iŋ]
(engineering)
Determination of physical properties of materials based on observation and measurement.
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Tenders are invited for Provision Of Medical / Physical Testing
We then proceeded with rapid prototyping and were able to confirm all aspects of the heater's design through physical testing.
The injury prevalence during training and physical testing is significantly higher than during the game.
Walt, as he modestly preferred, joined us at Rubber World in 1987 after retiring from a successful 33-year career as a research chemist at General Tire where he was the research center administrator and a section head for both physical testing and testing services.
The FEA results differ from the physical testing results for one of the systems, and partially match the other.
Physical testing instruments cover a wide range of techniques for assessing the strength and behavior of materials and components.
In the past, most vehicle development was based solely on seat-of-the-pants intuition and extensive physical testing," said Skip Essma, a race vehicle engineer at Toyota Racing Development.
CFD offers a number of key advantages over physical testing, claims its advocates.
With the physical testing out of the way only the oral board remained for the soldiers.
And that's based upon their experience with Fibre Channel physical testing, as well as other physical testing.
Applicants will be subjected to a background investigation, physical testing and psychological screening.
GTI's areas of expertise includes natural gas, synthetic gas and fossil fuel analysis, wet chemistry, gas chromatography, atomic spectroscopy (ICP and AA), FTIR, SEM, microscopy, physical testing, and thermal analysis.

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