bubble test

bubble test

[′bəb·əl ‚test]
(engineering)
Measurement of the largest opening in the mesh of a filter screen; determined by the pressure needed to force air or gas through the screen while it is submerged in a liquid.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Allow students to review the article by completing the "No-Sweat Bubble Test" (T10).
If a pneumothorax occurred, and reabsorbable suture was placed after adequate expansion of the lung via positive pressure ventilation and progressive air suctioning with complete evacuation of the pneumothorax prior to the final closure (i.e., a purse string around the suction device), then the integrity of the closure could be proven using a bubble test with 500 cc of saline placed at the diaphragm.
Hagopian said this in his 2014 address to Bill Gates: "And when the last bubble test is thrown into the Dumpster; when our libraries and computer labs are liberated from Pearson tests and can again be used for research, inquiry and incubators of imagination; when our schools cease to rank and sort our children and instead become centers of empowerment; you all here today will be remembered as having stared down the self-appointed Testocracy Tsar, Bill Gates, and having said to him loud and clear: 'Our schools are not for sale!' "
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Combining tension, inflation, and torsion in a single test provides the comprehensive representation of material behavior, but a good test to approximate the functionality of the hypertensive pulmonary artery is the bubble test. Particularly if inversion of the artery is incorporated into the testing procedure, as suggested in [6], it may be possible to obtain the complete set of constants needed to characterize the material behavior.