ramp test

ramp test

(ramp test)
A form of graded exercise test in which treadmill speed is kept constant but grade increases each minute between 1% and 4% until volitional exhaustion or other test termination criteria are achieved (e.g., Harbor protocol).
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Tenders are invited for Supply and Guarantee of 10 kV DC insulation resistance tester with PI, DAR, DD, SV and Ramp test
Volunteers faced a ramp test and were asked to complete a three-minute bout of all-out exercise.
Preconfigured diagnostic tests that include Polarization Index as well as a Step Voltage test, Dielectric Discharge test and Ramp test are included in the unit.
Stagecoach yesterday confirmed a ramp test was not required for a scooter user to drive on board.
The investigators performed a shear ramp test to determine viscosity.
The Visco-Elastograph can be operated in the following modes: Frequency sweep; amplitude sweep; temperature sweep; vulcanization; frequency and amplitude sweep with prior deflection; ramp test with deformation angle up to 90[degrees]; and relaxation test with deformation angle up to 90[degrees].
VecTest uses antibodies bound to gold sol particle labels, while the RAMP test uses antibodies bound to fluorescently labeled latex particles.
In the RAMP System, the test sample is delivered into the sample well of a RAMP test cartridge and the cartridge is inserted into the reader.
The new Ramp Test feature allows WebStress to simulate a constantly increasing number of users, allowing the administrator to see exactly where the cut-off point is.
ASTM 4473-90 also describes an experimental procedure using the temperature ramp test to determine the gel point of thermosets via the maximum in tan [Delta].
First up is a Peak Power test, followed by a Wingate test and finally the feared Ramp test, which lasts 15 to 20 minutes and sees resistance increased across that time, ahead of a power and stamina sprint.
A ramp test for each service is performed to verify the Committed Information Rate (CIR), and Excess Information Rate (EIR).