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physical time

[′fiz·ə·kəl ′tīm]
(geology)
Geologic time as measured by some physical process, such as the radioactive decay of elements.
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Due to the external cooling on the front lens during the first 20 minutes of physical time the film temperature decreases (Figure 17).
79% was found using a butterfly mesh of 1,428,705 cells and a physical time of 48h approximately for each simulation.
Therefore, to predict the physical time point t for applying a strobe signal to the data acquisition system according to the law t = t([tau]), the correction at each cycle is carried out according to the principle "prediction-correction" with regard to the measurement parameters of the electrocardiogram (ECG) results (prima facie the wave positions) during some previous cycles.
Life moves in reverse compared to time; it is a kind of triumph over the scattering of physical time.
Of hard labor, community work, creativity and quality physical time with family and friends.
In Meeker's view, we are moving from an asset-heavy generation, dependent upon physical money, physical time constraints, and physical space issues, to an asset-light era where we can walk out the door with our clothes, smartphone, and nothing else and can still be functional all day.
When I started in the industry, it was a physical time card, a real index-card form that was filled out by hand.
When it comes to major foreign policy questions, Terterov says, the physical time of high level Western policy makers today
So the physical time line in terms of getting the job finished was very tight.
It gave her the financial means and the physical time and space to examine exactly what she wanted to do with her professional life and then go about putting those plans in place.

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