In some ways the jazz-rock fusion area
that Thompson and Hiseman have been most productive in sounds quite contemporary again.
In the present case, CT was essential in identifying the bony fusion area
However, X-rays show radio-transparence in the fusion area, which indicates that the fusion is a superficial one and does not cover the entire thickness of the fused alloy.
X-rays do not show fissures in the fusion area or in the thickness of the basic material.
In the continuing TOFE tradition of promoting professional recognition, the ANS-FED will offer three awards to provide technical recognition in the fusion area
Even small amounts of finely powdered pigments can cover a large percentage of the fusion area.
The following main factors must be taken into account: (i) coverage of the polymer particles by pigments, (ii) distribution of pigment along the fusion area, (iii) adhesion between the pigment and the polymer, and (iv) influence of the additives on the crystallization kinetics of the polymer.
Meanwhile, original Lifetime member John McLaughlin is having fun in the world fusion area
, with a band that includes Mark Mondesir, Vinnie Colaiuta and Dennis Chambers on drums, Gary Husband on both keyboards and drums, Bill Evans on saxophone and Zakir Hussain on tabla.
The system allows axial load, or body weight, to be placed more appropriately on the fusion area
The new Fusion area
of the site will showcase up to five new short films per week from both the Countingdown.
With Wales already pioneering some of the basic principles of the Great Place scheme, as well as developing new local partnerships, we want people across Wales, and certainly beyond the Fusion areas
, to take part.
TEAM and Frontline have been aggressively establishing partnerships in other Fusion areas
such as Identity Management, Service Oriented Architecture, Business Intelligence, and Platforms/DB.