SBR


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SBR

SBR

SBR

(1) (Surround Back Right) The designation for a right rear speaker in a surround sound system. SBL is the left rear speaker. See 5.1 channel.

(2) (Spectral Band Replication) An audio compression technique developed by Stockholm-based Coding Technologies. See aacPlus and mp3PRO.

(3) (Store the B Register) A machine language instruction in the IBM 1401 and other computers. The SBR was executed at the beginning of a routine to hold the address of the calling instruction.
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SBR is used in a greater amount for the manufacturing of automobile and truck tires.
Soon after the PolyCase event, I ordered an SBR upper chambered for the stubby, bottleneck round, and I started gathering everything I would need to make some handloads.
Keywords: Urban wastewater; Sequencing batch reactor (SBR); Operation time (tr); Kinetic constant (k); Experimental and Modelling Simulation.
Completed at an estimated cost of ` 958 crore, the project is designed to produce 120,000 tonnes per annum of high- quality styrene butadiene rubber ( SBR), which is currently imported for manufacture of automotive tyres and other applications.
[9] reported that SBR is incompatible with NBR while [7] studied the comparison between NR/SBR blend and NR/NBR blend in fatigue and mechanical properties, to the extent of blend homogeneity, depends on the mixing method, solubility parameters and nature of blend constituent rubbers.
Key words: Concrete; SBR Latex; slump; compressive strength; water absorption.
The calculation time of SBR depends on two factors: the number of incident ray tubes and the number of intersection tests per ray tube.
Madden's statement, reinforced by the National Bank of Belgium's alreadyrealized annual savings of [euro]17 million (with a further [euro]40 million expected), together with announcements from regulatory bodies in the U.K., the Netherlands, Singapore, New Zealand, Brazil, and Taiwan, told the participants that something is going on among governments worldwide regarding the common business reporting language, XBRL, and SBR.
In 2009, fueled by robust growth in the output of automobiles and consumer durables, the apparent consumption of SBR in China arrived at 1.132 million tons.