threshold treatment

threshold treatment

[′thresh‚hōld ‚trēt·mənt]
(chemical engineering)
The process of stopping a precipitation-type reaction at the threshold of precipitate formation; used in water-treatment reactions.
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"The entire tumor volume is heated above a threshold treatment temperature -- typically 42 degrees Celsius (107.6 degrees Fahrenheit) -- for generally 30 minutes," said engineering graduate student Monrudee Liangruksa of Virginia Tech.
Install threshold treatment on Otter Street, widen existing splitter island and kerb extension and install green bicycle lane treatment.
Project Description : Install kerb extensions at both corners of the intersection, construct threshold treatment on Henry Street and extend keep clear and green bicycle lane treatment
Install threshold treatment on all side streets, upgrade kerb extensions, construct a splitter island at Moor Street.
Street drainage is adversely affected by the lack of fall along the length of the street.Rehabilitation of road including reconstruction of road pavement, resurfacing and construction of mid-block island and entry threshold treatment along with associated drainage works/improvements.
Creating spaces with nature in mind has also yielded thoughtful threshold treatments, bringing the outdoors in through courtyards and atria that aid in circulation.