critical properties


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critical properties

[′krid·ə·kəl ′präp·ərd·ēz]
(physical chemistry)
Physical and thermodynamic properties of materials at conditions of critical temperature, pressure, and volume, that is, at the critical point.
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The new approach requires only the critical properties of the PCM as input instead of detailed enthalpy-temperature data.
One of the critical properties of a plug/pusher material is low heat transfer so that chilling of the sheet during contact with the assist is minimized.
"This region of Arkansas and Louisiana has produced oil and gas from the Upper Smackover since the 1920s," he said, "It has the critical properties necessary to be a successful play and compares favorably to other productive oil plays in the United States."
In addition, under these extreme conditions, bandaged wounds often are exposed to moisture and abrasion, and water and abrasion resistance are critical properties that cloth bandages do not possess.
It's hard to see the stock topping our $17 target price in convincing fashion without any clarity on how these two critical properties might improve."
"This lab compliments our safety and testing certification for a variety of products which are well equipped to characterize your materials and determine their critical properties. We provide clients with highly sophisticated testing support throughout the product lifecycle and also testing and certification to take care of electrical, electronics, industrial and machinery products and in the next phase planning to enhance our capabilities in EMI and EMC" Said Mr.
The Enea Hypervisor, based on OSE micro kernel technology, runs Enea OSE applications at native processor speeds without compromising any real-time critical properties. It is operational on the Linux operating system and on optionally
The content of step 5 is now the conceptual design (variants) of the innovations to the analyzed TS, not only focusing on the identified 'critical' construction organs, but on the whole TS focusing on all 'critical properties' identified in step 3.
If only one single-valued property is requested (presently, this includes any single property from the "Critical Properties" group and the normal boiling temperature) and all other property class searches are set to "None requested", the final search result will be presented as a single table.
"We have demonstrated that engineered blood vessels prepared with smooth muscle progenitor cells from hair follicles are capable of dilating and constricting, critical properties that make them ideal for engineering cardiovascular tissue regeneration," explains Andreadis.
Two years ago, voters approved an urban renewal district in Glenwood, and since then the city has secured purchase options on several critical properties.
A new group contribution method to evaluate the critical properties (temperature, pressure and volume) is presented and applied to estimate the critical properties of biomolecules.