PCSA


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PCSA

Abbr. for “Power Crane and Shovel Association.”
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He added that PCSA also aims to promote responsible ship ownership and adherence to the accepted standards of safety and service in shipping operations.
(45) We obtained the number of clinically active primary care physicians, physician assistants, and nurse practitioners in each census tract catchment area using 2009-2012 provider data from the Dartmouth Health Atlas PCSA Project version 3.1.
(20.) PCSA Data Download--2010 (Census Tract Basis).
We found that cases residing in PCSAs with lower PCP availability in California and Texas, but not Florida, had higher odds of late stage diagnosis.
The first constraint in (9) represents the force capability of each muscle, and the maximum isometric force [([f.sub.i]).sub.max] is determined by multiplying the PCSA and the specific tension, 61N/[cm.sup.2], of the muscle fiber, which is the maximum stress the fiber can endure.
(1990), senalaron que la fuerza de contraccion de un musculo es proporcional a su area de seccion transversal fisiologica (PCSA).
The muscle origins, insertions, via points and PCSA data from literature (Klein Horsman et al.
Among the various types of aerogels, polyurea cross-linked silica aerogel (PCSA) is an attractive candidate for this study due to its relatively lower production cost, compatibility with green technology, and most importantly enhanced mechanical strength accomplished by covalent cross-linking of the polymer chains while retaining a high degree of porosity [27, 28].
Physiological cross-sectional area at neutral position (PCSA) for each poststroke plantar flexor muscle was estimated using muscle volume reconstruction techniques from previous work [7].
Simple muscles fire with no constraints, except for the physiological cross-sectional area (pCSA), which designates the maximum force that a muscle can exert.