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Abbr. for “kilopounds per square inch.”
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The department's figures, while showing an overall downward trend, reveal in the past three years the numbers of pedestrian KSIs (killed and seriously injured) have started to increase again.
By Sara Safar KUWAIT, Feb 8 (KUNA) -- Kuwait Society for Inventors Support (KSIS) stressed the importance of knowledge economy in boosting nations' economic development.
The KSIS reported that 84.1 percent of workers in their 20s always felt tired and 90.3 percent in their 30s did so.
According to Thatcham's research, AEB could have prevented 32 per cent of KSIs in Bristol, 30 per cent in Portsmouth, Glasgow and Norwich, and 28 per cent in Manchester..
The reduction in the number of people killed or seriously injured (KSIs) is much higher in London than the national average.
In addition four multifunction USB data acquisition devices with sample rates up to 500 kSis have just been added to MCC's low-cost USB-200 range.
Measurements of potassium-stimulated insulin secretion (KSIS) by INS-1 cells were performed as described [25].
The model uses partial indicators, KSIs, for situation awareness before planning, during, and after the project implementation.
Consequently, declining profitability ratios regarding a firm usually serve as key failure indicators (KFIs) and early warning signals (EWS) while favourable (increasing) profitability ratios serve as key success indicators (KSIs).
The second research hypothesis states that the extent to which selected KSIs of mechanisation is obtainable in excavation and concrete operations are not significantly different.