Tapering


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Tapering

Forms exhibiting a gradual diminution in thickness, or reduction in cross section, as in a spire or column.
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They also reported the importance of social support and a healthy, trusting relationship with their provider for the facilitation of tapering.
The side tapering introduced here is on the upper 40% of the model only and has a length of 60% of the base height, the taper angles used are 5[degrees], 10[degrees], 15[degrees] and 20[degrees].
However, Moody's expects that the negative impact of QE tapering on these
However the measures taken by RBI, improvement in current account deficit and the deferment of Fed tapering enabled rupee to recover and till date it is down by more than 12 per cent.
1), (2) Metabolized slowly, with a long half-life, diazepam allows a consistent, slow decline in concentration while tapering the dosage.
The table-based tapering method allows the flexibility of a syntax-based software program to create a custom taper program using a GUI interface.
Zheng explained that the light beam in a single-mode dielectric taper establishes a field that is evanescent outside the taper core when the tapering angle is small and the energy radiated from the taper interior is concentrated in the close vicinity of the taper core for the whole length of the taper, no matter how long the taper is, whereas the radiation loss is found to be of second order in the tapering angle in [6]; Paying more attention to the description of circular taper, equation 47 in that paper manifests that the local fundamental mode is in accordance with the previous supposition, and that the Bessel function of the first kind of order n and modified Bessel function of the second kind of order n determine the field inside and outside the taper, respectively.
The values of the first eigen pulsation of the shaft for different inclination ratios and different tapering are presented in Fig.
The recommended duration of a tapering protocol ranges from 7 to 14 days.
This balancing of training and optimum recovery leading up to a race is called tapering and there is no doubt that tapering effectively improves performance significantly.
At that point, gradual tapering of the dosage should be tried, Jeste holds.
And, more particularly, those components and sensors that arise from tapering the optical fibers are examined.