core test

core test

[′kȯr ‚test]
(textiles)
A test for grading wool in which a core sample is withdrawn mechanically from a bag or bale and tested for moisture, ash, vegetable matter, and grease content.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

core test

A compression test on a concrete sample cut from hardened concrete by means of a core drill.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Architecture and Construction. Copyright © 2003 by McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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These products are said to feature advancements in rubber and polymer process analytics that stay true to the company's core test sensitivity, repeatability and reproducibility standards.
ZTE Corporation a major international provider of telecommunications, enterprise and consumer technology solutions for the Mobile Internet, today announced that it takes the lead in completing Phase 1 of SA 5G Core Test of China Telecom, actively promoting the development and maturity of the 5G network industry chain.
Eggplant's core test automation and analytics activities are closely aligned to the business of NCC Group's web performance business.
The event dedicated to technological innovation and discovery in science began with the keynote 'Impacting Today's Business' hosted by Neil Crossan, RF and core test technical marketing engineer for Northern Europe.
This course provides detailed instruction on the need for green sand tests and how to correctly perform them, including proper sand sampling methods, from the AFS Mold & Core Test Handbook.
For automotive mechanics preparing for the ASE Suspension and Steering A4 certification exam, this test preparation guidebook provides practical advice on core test material, question formats, and test preparation.
TMC also recognized Tektronix' Spectra2 NGN core test solution and K2Air LTE Uu monitoring probe with its NGN Leadership Award presented by NGN magazine (www.ngnmag.com).
Common core test sets also are replacing proprietary legacy systems by using commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) hardware and open software environments.
At Key Stage 2 core test results for 2005 rose over the year by 1 per cent in maths, up to 70 per cent, and 1 per cent in science, up to 83 per cent, with English results remaining constant at 74 per cent.
With Agilent wholly focused on its core test and measurement business, the company will be able to increase the resources it devotes to these businesses, including LSCA.
Once again Warwickshire schools beat the national average in all three core test subjects - English, maths and science.
Supply was also a major concern among several spokesmen who noted that the core test would eliminate 5 to 6 per cent of the volunter donor base of 500,000 people.