isochronal


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isochronal

, isochronous
occurring at equal time intervals; having a uniform period of vibration or oscillation
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Isochronal dynamic temperature sweep data for storage modulus of: (a) nonhybrid nanogels irradiated at 20 KGy; (b) nonhybrid nanogel irradiated at 40 KGy; (c) hybrid nanogel containing 0.05 wt% of CNWs irradiated at 20 KGy; (d) hybrid nanogels containing 0.05 wt% of CNWs irradiated at 40 KGy; (e) hybrid nanogels containing 2 wt % of CNWs irradiated at 20 KGy; and (f) hybrid nanogels containing 2 wt% of CNWs irradiated at 40 KGy.
If both the isothermal and isochronal annealing date are available for initially identical specimens, the relation
McKenna, "Physical aging of amorphous PEN: isothermal, isochronal and isostructural results," Macromolecules, vol.
(24.) Render JH, Thompson BA, Allen RL (1995) Reproductive development of striped mullet in Louisiana estuarine waters with notes on the applicability of reproductive assessment methods for isochronal species.
Mike Fisher, a crew chief for the 910th Maintenance Squadron, grabs a tool while working in the area behind one of the engines of a C-130H Hercules aircraft during an isochronal inspection at Youngstown-Warren Air Reserve Station, Ohio.
Modes of reproduction in fishes range from heterochronal to isochronal strategies.
Other topics include chaos in optical communications, channel equalization for chaotic communications systems, using coupled maps to improve synchronization performance, blind source separation in the context of deterministic signals, isochronal synchronization and digital chaos-based communication, and the robustness of chaos to multipath propagation media.
The PL spectra obtained after subsequent isochronal dry oxidation at different temperatures from the samples previously annealed at 1050[degrees]C for 30 min are also depicted in Figure 9 (lower half).
The associations of ESR-determined defect-center structures with specific optical absorption bands are generally established by ESR-optical correlations obtained, for example, by means of postirradiation isochronal thermal annealing experiments.
During an isochronal inspection on a C-130T, AEAN Derrickson discovered that a bulb was missing from the aircraft's number 3 fuel-quantity gauge.
Because of their slow nuclear fusion rates, dM stars undergo almost negligible changes in temperature or luminosity over time, making traditional age determination methods (such as isochronal fits) essentially impossible.
A 4-Point Isochronal test achieved stabilized flow rates of approximately 14 million cubic feet per day (~2,333 BOE per day) on a 48/64” choke, with associated condensate production increasing during testing.