residuum


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residuum

[rə′zij·ə·wəm]
(materials)
(chemical engineering)
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Once the metatarsals were compromised--through TMT or Lisfranc amputation--significant abnormalities became evident that were characteristic of an inability to progress the CoP beyond the end of the residuum commensurate with the peak GRF and an inability to generate power across the ankle of the affected limb(s).
Single polar granule occasionally present, attached either to oocyst residuum or sporocyst; micropyle absent.
Logically, some of the differences observed in the ankle kinematic data between barefoot and shod/device conditions may arise from the effect of motion between the PFA residuum and the shoe/ device (e.
Micropyle and oocyst residuum absent; one (rarely two or three) large polar granule(s) present, 3.
According to the two-step procedure, a titanium fixture is first fitted into the medullary canal of the residuum bone [1-3].
4) [micro]m, with small Stieda body and containing two sporozoites and a small sporocyst residuum.
ART has entered into an agreement with the Kuwait Catalyst Company (KCC) pursuant to which KCC will manufacture residuum hydroprocessing catalysts for ART.
Solid catalysts, though, are limited by their physical structure in terms of the maximum amount of residuum that can be converted and to the quality of the products.
Contract notice: Arctic circle residuum oy mixed municipal waste and construction and demolition waste energy recovery.
Direct skeletal attachment may be a better or even the only method for patients with a very short residuum and high soft-tissue volume.
The company's plant utilizes proven technology to convert waste oil into environmentally friendly products such as naphtha (gasoline), #2 diesel, residuum, burner fuel and cogeneration.