dispersive


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Legal, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Related to dispersive: dispersive medium, dispersive replication

dispersive

/dis·per·sive/ (-per´siv)
1. tending to become dispersed.
2. promoting dispersion.
References in periodicals archive ?
By streamlining and securing communications and data flow, Dispersive Technologies' solutions allow organizations to perform more efficiently and reduce costs.
In order to study the influence of the dispersive parameters the nonlinear parameters are fixed at P = 0.
All supported MPIs can take advantage of IFS's pipelined data transfer mechanism, which was specifically designed for MPI communication semantics, as well as additional enhancements such as Dispersive Routing.
Prevention of tunnel erosion or 'piping' in earth dams built with dispersive clays has involved a combination of approaches including; chemical amelioration, controlled compaction, and sand filters.
and 4049) the dispersive surface energy increases as the elastomer content is increased from 12 wt% to 25 wt%.
The presence of Fe and Mn interfered with measurement of Cr retention using two different bench-top energy dispersive x-ray fluorescence spectrometers.
He has published more than 100 archival papers concerned with developments of EPMA instrumentation, improvements in microanalysis techniques, metallurgical and geological applications (including lunar samples and asbestos), characterization of microanalysis standards, uncertainties in quantitative EPMA and correction procedures, bibliographies of EPMA publications, tables of mass absorption coefficients and x-ray lines, development of matrix correction procedures, the early use of color in wavelength dispersive x-ray dot mapping, energy dispe rsive qualitative and quantitative analysis, and the use of Monte Carlo techniques in quantitative EPMA.
said Friday it has developed the world's most efficient dispersive power generation system by combining a fuel-cell battery and a micro gas turbine.
Scanning electron microscopy combined with energy dispersive spectroscopy (SEM/EDS) was used to find traces of GSR and lead fragments on 127-year-old forensic evidence.
According to Mike Cleator the brewery's chief engineer, the move avoided the need for a dispersive direct injection alternative that would have mandated much higher cost, caused undesirable turbulence and offered significantly less control of dissolved gas concentrations.
In practical biomedical scenarios, we will be looking for distortions of these wave fronts as a result of absorptive and dispersive inhomogeneities within objects such as the human breast," the researchers note.