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microscale

A scale used in meteorology that extends from about 0.5 in to 0.6 mile (1 cm−1 km). Microscale processes include such things as dust devils, tornadoes, and thunderstorm updrafts or downdrafts.
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The subject of the acquisition is a microscale thermophoresis device for interaction studies in accordance with this call for tender and its technical annex.
Most chapters provide instructions for conducting the experiments on either a macroscale or a microscale, and black and white drawings of equipment components and setup.
Microscale analysis allows us to have a better understanding of how the materials fail, along with identification of failure initiation locations while macro mechanical analysis determines when the part will fail under a certain set of boundary conditions (loads and supports).
On the microscale, phase changes and ice nucleation are covered, including aerosol particles and the thermodynamics relevant for cloud formation and precipitation.
Microscale and Nanoscale Heat Transfer" addresses the need for thermal packaging and management for use in cooling electronics and serves as a resource for researchers, academicians, engineers, and other professionals working in the area of heat transfer, microscale and nanoscale science and engineering, and related industries.
Microscale biotechnologies, including cell culture platforms and biochips, have important applications in genomics, tissue engineering and many other areas of biology.
Their technology is inspired by the biological design and microscale size of the canine olfactory mucus layer, which absorbs and then concentrates airborne molecules.
The paper's authors form part of the Microscale Polymer Processing project, a collaboration between academics and industry experts which has spent 10 years exploring how to better build giant 'macromolecules'.
Their topics include encapsulating clay platelets inside latex particles, nanostructured conjugated polymer network ultra-thin films and coatings using the precursor polymer approach, modifying the surface of nanoparticles for use in advanced coatings that inhibit corrosion, the shear-induced one-dimensional alignment of alumina and silica nanoparticles in coatings, formulating reactive nanostructured adhesive microbial ink-jet inks for miniature biosensors and biocatalysis, the impact of nanoparticles on the scratch behavior of a polyurethane coating, relating gloss loss to nanoscale and microscale topographical change for a polymer coating exposed to ultraviolet radiation, and determining the size of nanoparticles used in coatings.
At microscale, a multiscale finite element modeling which simulates nanotube as a molecular reticular structure at nanoscale and surrounding resin as a continuum at microscale was applied.
The ambr advanced micro bioreactor system from The Automation Partnership (TAP) replicates the characteristics of classic bioreactors at microscale (10- to 15-mL working volume) by using cost-effective, disposable micro bioreactors controlled by an automated workstation.
According to TAP, ambr replicates the characteristics of classical bioreactors at microscale (10a[euro]"15ml working volume) by using cost effective, disposable micro bioreactors controlled by an automated workstation.