spreading rate

spreading rate

1. The rate at which bitumen, roof surfacing, or other material is applied to a roof.
2. The area covered by a gallon of paint.
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Researchers demonstrated that blastomeres from day 3 embryos with better morphological quality had higher nucleus spreading rate and higher full signal rate during FISH.[7] However, some researchers hold the view that cleavage-stage FISH technology is poorly predictive of aneuploidy in morphologically normal blastocysts.
However, the main effect of media coverage is to popularize science education, improve the identification of the ignorant, reduce the probability of the ignorant believing rumors, and thus reduce the spreading rate of rumor dissemination, rather than prevent the spread of rumors.
It is well known that the jet spreading is linear, i.e., the spreading rate (S) defined as
(2) Number of external heat sources: spreading rate varies substantially with the number of incense sticks principally in the nearby field zone.
Therefore [lambda] = [[beta].sub.0]/[delta] (without lack of generality, we set [delta] = 1) is considered as an effective spreading rate. In order to simplify calculation, the translation rate from the susceptible node to the alert node is usually set as constant.
From the multiple pictures we take a time average and get a statistical picture about the mean spreading rate. This is all quantified to get a dispersal coefficient.
The new model calculates the amount of free hydrogen gas produced and stored beneath the seafloor based on a range of parameters - including the ratio of a site's tectonic spreading rate to the thickness of serpentinised rocks that might be found there, Science Daily reported.
* Opacity-a false positive was observed based on the gray hue of the paint, which influenced the spreading rate calculations (this method includes absorption and scatter contributions, so the color will have an impact on the observations).
Riyadh, 24 Dhu-AlHijjah,1436 , 08 October,2015, SPA -- The Communications and Information Technology Commission revealed that the rate of internet spreading in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia continued to rise at a high rate during the past years, estimating the number of Internet users in the Kingdom currently at 21 million users and the spreading rate at 66% at the population level.
The NT8000i is a closed-loop rate control system for hydraulically driven apron and floor systems on manure, lime, and fertilizer spreaders that provides precision guidance and prescription-based control of the spreading rate. The unique feature of the NT8000i is a weight-based self-calibration and calibration-check system that continuously monitors and readjusts the calibration factor based on the actual weight of the material spread.
However, the low spreading rate of the polymer limits its extensive usage.
In addition, further analysis is proposed to study the factor of spreading rate in the pedestrian's crossing behavior in group.