equilibration


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equilibration

[i‚kwil·ə′brā·shən]
(psychology)
As described by Jean Piaget, the operation together of the two processes of assimilating new information and accommodating to this information.
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As the spring back stress also obeys the moment equilibration, the moments used to calculate the spring back stresses in the outer half section and in the inner half section would be equal.
dev Min Max phase equilibration n (%) (%) (%) (%) Inflation 1st swallow 17 14.0 18.9 1 63 Sum of 5 swallows 17 33.8 29.2 2 98 Deflation 1st swallow 17 7.5 9.9 0 42 Sum of 5 swallows 17 22.4 22.0 -1 94 n: number; Avg: average; Std.
The article does not, however, provide a detailed analysis of the similarity of their views on the nature of expectations Most importantly, it leaves out the emphasis that both place on the subjective interpretation of market experience in this context It also does not address the fact that Mises's theory of equilibration explicitly acknowledges the problem posed by the path dependency effect, something that Garrison himself, in another paper, has singled out as the "sine qua non of Lachmann's market process" (Garrison, 1987, p.
[11] Removal of class III interferences on non-working side during equilibration procedure, which is on the buccal inclines of the upper palatal cusps and lingual inclines of the lower buccal cusps, will facilitate better visualization of Class II and I interferences on the working side.
The means of the different parameters measured at different equilibration times were tested for significant difference by using a paired t-test.
Different concentrations of cryoprotectant dimethylsulfoxide (DMSO) (0, 2.5, 5.0, 7.5, 10.0, 12.5 and 15%) was used extender C (pH 8.2) with dilution ratio 1:3, cooling rate 60[[degrees]C.sup.-min] and equilibration time 1 minute, with three replicates for each treatment.
Cardiac function indices including LVSP, LVEDP, the maximal rate of rise of ventricular pressure ([+ or -] dP/[dt.sub.max]), and HR were monitored after 30 min of equilibration ([T.sub.0]), and then at 30 ([T.sub.1]), 60 ([T.sub.2]), 90 ([T.sub.3]), and 120 min ([T.sub.4]) after reperfusion using the Med Lab 6.0 software on a U/4C501H Med Lab biological signal acquisition and processing system (Mei Yi Technology, China).
The problem of temperature equilibration was studied first by Landau [4, 5] and Spitzer (LS) [6].
During the measurement the patient is not allowed to breathe through the mouth until the full equilibration of the sublingual probe (15 minutes).
of Athens, Greece), argues that its failures come from being defined by methodological individualism, methodological instrumentalism, and methodological equilibration. The first two provide a sophisticated complexity, he argues, but also introduce a specter of indeterminacy that generates evolutionary and social forces that gives rise within the discipline to demands for stringent equilibration, thus masking its failures.
By requiring no startup time, no equilibration and minimal calibration, the system is always ready for analysis.
Additionally, when either the mobile phase or column is switched, flow channel cleaning and column equilibration occur automatically.