vessel segment

vessel segment

[′ves·əl ‚seg·mənt]
(botany)
A single cell or unit of a plant vessel.
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Headquartered in Stamford, Connecticut, with offices in Singapore and Hamburg, Eagle focuses exclusively on the versatile mid-size drybulk vessel segment and owns one of the largest fleets of Supramax/Ultramax vessels in the world.
It highlights strong performance in the domestic transport vessel segment following the successful execution of a fleet expansion plan, notes that it is buying an additional 10% of Big Sea shares, and, following IMO2020 regulations so the utilisation rate of FSUs will reach 100%, it is ready to expand its FSU fleet to seven units.
Moreover, SCD often affected RCA and proximal vessel segment and caused a short dissection.
The rise was driven by a sharp upturn in rates for the 100,000-210,000 deadweight-tonne capesize vessel segment, which is employed largely for long-haul iron ore and coal shipments.
With the ureter in view, a window can then be made in the "medial leaf" above the ureter and below the ovary and ovarian vessels, in doing so creating a skeletonized ovarian vessel segment which can be sealed and cut 2 cm or more from its insertion in the ovary.
7 February 2018 - US-based marine services provider MacGregor, part of Cargotec, has completed the acquisition of Norwegian deck equipment provider Rapp Marine Group to strengthen its offering for the fishery and research vessel segment, the company said.
In this system they utilized the structural feature, relative strength of the vessel central reflex, and the ratio of the vessel optical densities from images at oxygen-sensitive and oxygen-insensitive wavelengths as the functional feature for each vessel segment to differentiate the artery from vein.
Loss of primary stent patency in a treated vessel segment was defined as an increase in the peak systolic velocity ratio of >2.0 or the occurrence of CDTLR.
With a 0.014" guidewire deployed through the RX lumen into the main branch, the OTW lumen can be used for guidewire exchange, subsequent delivery of a second guidewire into a side branch, or fluid injection to a desired distal vessel segment.
The performance of our method and a comparison with the previous model and other unsupervised vessel segment methods about the segmentation result are discussed in Section 5.
"The shipping vessel segment is the largest application segment in the global antifouling paints & coatings market"
Quantitative angiographic measurements of the proximal main vessel segment, the distal main vessel segment, and the SB were obtained.

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