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compressions

(in physical science) regions of high molecular density, such as a great amount of ultrasound energy, within a longitudinal wave.
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Measurement and specification of elastomer compound response in compression is an important aspect of elastomer seal properties.
In the compression set test, one measures the amount of the unrecovered strain of a sample after it has been compressed a certain amount, and exposed to a particular aging condition.
Top-Flite, the industry's largest seller of balls, will offer eight models this year - or almost three times that many if you count the full array of compressions and trajectories.
There is just so much confusion in the marketplace as to ball construction, performance, compression and general characteristics, we decided our best service to our customers is an education campaign,'' said George Sine, Titleist's director of marketing.
A visual representation of all compressions in terms of depth and rate; and
The AED Plus now follows the newly recommended compression-to-ventilation ratio of 30 compressions to two breaths.
Q-CPR, developed by Laerdal and Philips and available only on the HeartStart MRx monitor/defibrillator, offers medical professionals corrective feedback on the rate and depth of chest compressions, as well as the frequency and quality of ventilations (breaths), encouraging them to adjust their technique, as needed, to improve CPR performance.
To meet the needs of the widest possible cross-section of health care providers, the application is sold along with "Compression Packs" that enable a specific volume of compressions, ranging from 10 GB to one TB.
In addition, there are some advanced features applied to compressions with the default settings.
LEAD's imaging toolkits, LEADTOOLS DLL, OCX and VBX follow the company's successful product make-up of offering a comprehensive imaging solution, which supports: scanning, color conversion, displaying, annotation, processing, file formats, compressions options, and printing.
Fortunately, Trealor observed an equivalence between uniaxial tension and equi-biaxial compression (ref.
Compression Science, a company with a world-renowned technology team developing next-generation digital video encoding and decoding technology, announced today that it has named Celso Azevedo as chief executive officer (CEO).