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fluence

[′flü·əns]
(electromagnetism)
The total energy per unit area carried by a pulse of electromagnetic radiation.
(physics)
A measure of time-integrated particle flux, expressed in particles per square centimeter.
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Fluence has experience operating in over 70 countries worldwide and employs more than 300 highly trained water professionals around the globe.
Siemens Financial Services (SFS) and Fluence, a Siemens and AES company, have announced a comprehensive financing program to support customers in their investments in energy storage solutions, the companies said.
Combining the proven AES Advancion and Siemens Siestorage energy storage platforms with expanded services, Fluence will offer customers a wider variety of options to meet the challenges of a rapidly transforming energy landscape, it said.
The scheme is applicable for all customers purchasing Fluence vehicles for personal use only.
coli AB1157 and AB1886 cultures exposed to red and infrared lasers at increasing powers, with the highest fluence being 100 J/[cm.sup.2] (Table 1).
The control (uncovered) half of each tattoo received a single laser pass, while the half covered by the patch received the maximum tolerable fluence and number of passes in 5 minutes, Dr.
e Fluence, pictured, a Megane-based family hatch-based saloon, was unfamiliar to UK buyers at the time of this car's launch in 2012.
The Fluence, a Meganebased family hatch-based saloon, was unfamiliar to UK buyers at the time of this car's launch in 2012.
Their Twizy, ZOE and Kangoo electric vehicles were offered alongside something a bit bigger and more mature, the Fluence Z.E.
The actor has partnered with Fluence, a celebrity digital network that will manage his presence on the social media platform.
However, its maximal fluence remains a significant limitation in high power laser project [1].