time phase

time phase

[′tīm ‚fāz]
(physics)
Two disturbances are in time phase if they reach corresponding peak values at the same instants of time, though not necessarily at the same points in space.
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After a time phase of six months, almost 64 percent of the men who saw a pharmacist achieved healthy blood pressure, compared to others.
The finance will be drawn down in multiple phases and by the time Phase 2 is underway, the autoclaves will be in working order again and workers will be recycling waste at the plant 24 hours a day.
By the time phase two is complete it is estimated only one or two communities will be left.
Al Mazrooei said at the time phase II of Emal has been fully financed by a consortium of local and international banks, adding the fuel for Emal phase I and II had been secured through agreements with Adnoc and Gasco.
The sub-electricity station that will serve the entire project phases when completed is in its final stages and the central water tank that supplies the needs of the area will be ready by the time phase one is completed.
A sub-electricity station is in its final stages, a central water tank will be ready by the time phase one is completed and an a water recycling station with a capacity of 4,500 cu m is also being built.
By the time Phase 2 is completed, it will have delivered approximately 176,000 m of pipes.
By the time Phase 2 is complete, FPI is expected to have delivered approximately 176,000 meters of Fiberstrong fiberglass pipes.
In 2005, deals with biotechs averaged $113 million, outpacing for the first time Phase 2 or later deals, which averaged $108 million.
The model is run, the formulas adjusted, until the formulas get close enough to predicting each new time phase in the claims data.
At the same time Phase 1 of an Urban Ecosystem Analysis (UEA) by AMERICAN FORESTS showed that tree a canopy throughout the larger San Antonio region diminished over that same 15-year period (see "How an Analysis Inspired Change, "page 27).