thermal effect

thermal effect

[′thər·məl i‚fekt]
(solid-state physics)
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* PHYSICIAN'S DEFENSE Perforation was a delayed thermal effect that did not occur until 2 days after the procedure.
The StarCut Tube Femto reportedly cuts sensitive materials such as gold, platinum, shape memory alloys and low-melting point polymers with high precision and cut quality, and no thermal effect.
It's also not clear whether the increased metabolic activity and proliferation of the cells seen in this experiment was simply due to LIUS's mechanical and thermal effect in stimulating molecules to move around more.
It's providing a deep thermal effect, helping in the active fight against cellulite.
This is referred to as Thermal Effect. At 40% EGR variations in C[O.sub.2] from low to full load are presented Fig.5.
After your exercise session, your body will continue to lose water in order to cool down and to combat the thermal effect of exercise, so continue to sip water regularly after exercise.
The thermal effect of increased greenhouse gas is immediate.
The 3-D procedure does not use more power, increase fetal exposure, or magnify the thermal effect, compared with 2-D ultrasound, he said.
However, temperature data indicate a correlated and confounding thermal effect. Long day aquaria were consistently 0.5-1.0[degrees]C warmer than short day aquaria.
We should take notice at this time of the fact we've just discussed and "figured out" two very real thermal effect situations and we used nothing more than a $2 calculator.
(25) It is unclear whether this represents a direct alcohol effect, a thermal effect during the course of dissection, or a pressure effect from the balloon.
Three calculators are offered: a sinusoidal motion calculator, a thermal effect calculator, and a cable sag calculator.