phase lead

phase lead

[′fāz ‚lēd]
(design engineering)
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After heating, the aqueous phase containing albumin egg spread interact with the droplet of oil phase lead to the formation of cluster of droplets in whole system (Fig.
Overall, 83% of Foundation Phase lead practitioners surveyed said they thought children's attitudes towards learning had improved as a result of the programme and "very few" believed it was worse than the old Key Stage 1 curriculum.
The 42-year-old has left his job as youth development phase lead coach to take up his new role.
Steltzner was also phase lead and development manager for the Curiosity mission's entry, descent, and landing.
There, in the Mission Support Area of JPL's Building 230, Adam Steltzner, the mission's EDL phase lead, was staring across the room at Brian Schwartz, who was not making eye contact with anyone.
The difference between phase delay and phase lead in the Composite RH and LH (CRLH) determines the propagation number for Zeroth Order Resonance (ZOR), Negative resonance (NR), and Positive resonance (PR) of the structure.
The sinusoidal vertical-axis rotation test showed normal gains, a phase lead at 0.
If the neutral is at an elevated voltage, such as a phase lead of a 3-phase input, the oscilloscope becomes a live circuit, and contact will result in a shocking test experience.
Governments around the globe are now implementing programs to phase lead out of gasoline.
El Nino years with their warm phase lead to reduced rainfall and mass loss in the Antarctic Peninsula, and an increase in the Amundsen Sectorfield, respectively," explained Professor Maik Thomas, head of the section "Earth System Modelling" at the German Research Centre for Geosciences.
Sinusoidal vertical-axis rotation testing showed similar gains, a phase lag at only one frequency, and a phase lead at another frequency.