effective surface

effective surface

[ə¦fek·tiv ′sər·fəs]
(engineering)
In a heat exchanger, a surface that actively transfers heat.
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This represents evidence of a broad and continuous gold and silver mineralized system with opportunities for new discoveries with cost effective surface exploration and definition of drill targets to delineate high grade ore shoots.
Recurrent initiatives have been made in the direction of developing environmental-friendly and more effective surface cleaning products.
In the automotive industry, for example, cylinder hones are often utilized for creating an effective surface finish on engine cylinders.
This stick-slip effect can be minimized, or even virtually eradicated, through effective surface treatment of a seal.
Electrode materials with a low electrochemical impedance generally provide a better SNR, whereas materials with a large effective surface area, and thereby a large capacitance through which charge transfer can occur, provide a higher CIC.
The durable, high-quality finish expected by customers requires effective surface preparation of the mild steel components before they are powder-coated.
According to the model, the PEDOT layer can shrink upon cooling and expand upon heating and resulted in the changes of the effective surface area which contribute to the overall device capacitance.
In this article, we will theoretically and rigorously prove that the effective surface magnetic impedance can be achieved by employing parallel planar metasurfaces with only identical surface electric impedances.
The surface activation stage was devided into two steps primary and secondary, The primary surface activation treatment involved chemical surface treatments (acid and alkali etching) in order to precipitate some elemnts to make more effective surface. Acid etching in HC1 was done because HC1 is an excellent decontamination agent, it could easily dissolve titanium salts and not weaken Ti surfaces before alkali treatment.
As a result, it is critical for healthcare facilities to have a thorough plan in place that addresses potential infections both in the short-term--through the use of an effective surface disinfectant--and in the future--through planning, surveillance, and reporting.
Combined, the probe's effective surface area, conducting properties, and electrode strength were increased while remaining flexible and compatible with soft tissue.
When the particle size is reduced to nanoscale, the effective surface area increases about 1000 times, hence increasing the dye adsorption by the same factor.

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