heat cycle

heat cycle

[′hēt ‚sī·kəl]
(thermodynamics)
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Once a heat is ended, another heat cycle can start if they are still within the breeding period.
The farmer said the ovulation of rabbits was induced by the males hence the heat cycle not being controllable.
When a female dog is going through estrus, or her heat cycle, her cervix loosens.
The end result is a steam-sterilizable chevron pouch that maintains durability and peel characteristics after the heat cycle.
However, there are not many reports about the heat cycle test using solder joints.
and Wang, X., "Effects of cavity surface temperature on reinforced plastic part surface appearance in rapid heat cycle moulding" Materials and Design 44 (2013) 509-520
For years, veterinarians unanimously recommended spaying before the first heat cycle and neutering at six months.
In 2002, Ono Sangyo Co., a leading contract injection molder with a substantial processing technology department, introduced and patented the Rapid Heat Cycle Molding (RHCM) process.
The female rabbit (doe) doesn't have a heat cycle, either.
The panels were incrementally heated to a set temperature for 10 minutes and then inspected via optical microscopy after each heat cycle to view damage healing.
The maximum temperatures were observed during the simulated rework heat cycle at each of these locations.
From the Wood-Fired Oven: New and Traditional Techniques for Cooking and Baking with Fire is the first cookbook to provide a full range of methods for getting the most out of a wood-fired oven's heat cycle, and tells how to bake pizzas, meats, vegetables and more.