channel process


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channel process

[′chan·əl ‚präs·əs]
(chemical engineering)
A carbon-black process in which iron channel beams are used as depositing surfaces for carbon black.
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Call Center/ IVR Banking Transactions During the year FY18, Call enters/IVR Banking Channel processed 0.3 million transactions amounting to Rs.
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This channel processed 37.5 million transactions of value Rs.7.8 trillion during the period under review, depicting the growth of 5.6 percent in volume and fall of 0.6 percent in value as against to the last quarter.
The correlation is explained physiologically; DKA increases serum catecholamines, and the metabolic acidosis that ensues prevents the healthy myocyte's stepwise chemical channel processes, most notably the sarcoplasmic reticulum's ability to release Ca++.
Methods for the Quantitative Assessment of Channel Processes in Torrents (Steep Streams)
Our focus on the channel now is more tuned in than ever with major enhancements being made to channel processes, operations, enablement, support, resources and tools.
It's critical now more than ever to keep channel processes up to date, and continue enhancing the partner experience to sustain a competitive advantage.
Because of their unique training and background, ASABE members are at the forefront of understanding stream Channel processes. Efforts associated with streams and rivers are so encompassing that it is not possible to highlight all the outstanding work being done in our Society.
It was developed by Eddy Langendoen, a University of Mississippi scientist who collaborates with CWPRU on modeling channel processes.
In the 1960s, Treisman (1960) posited a two-channel model of selective attention; whereby one primary channel is attended to, while a second nonattended channel processes semantic information from other sources in an attenuated fashion.
how channel processes affect watershed export of P and the resulting impact on the receiving water body.