transvector

trans·vec·tor

(trans-vek'tŏr, tōr),
An animal that transmits a toxic substance that it does not produce, but that may be accumulated from animal (dinoflagellate) or plant (algae) sources; for example, filter-feeding mollusks.

trans·vec·tor

(trans-vek'tŏr)
An animal that transmits a toxic substance that it does not produce, but that may be accumulated from animal (dinoflagellate) or plant (algae) sources.

transvector

(trăns-vĕk′tor)
An animal that transmits a toxin that it does not produce and by which it is itself unaffected, as when a bivalve mollusc, such as the oyster, filters viruses out of the water and transmits them to those who ingest the mollusc.
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The unit is sold complete with controls, material wand, hoses, air transvector, and adapter.
Blaschke, The Principle of Filed Orientation as Applied to The New Transvector Closed-Loop Control System for Rotating- Field Machines, Siemens Review, Vol.
Blashke, The principle of Field Orientation Applied to the New Transvector Closed Loop for Rotating Field Machines, Siemens-Review 39 (1972) 217-220.
The Principle of Field Orientation as applied to the New Transvector Closed Loop Control System for Rotating Field Machines // Siemens Review, 1972.
Blaschke, "The principle of field orientation as applied to the new transvector closed-loop control system for rotating-field machines," Siemens Rev.
It uses the patent-pending TransVector system to perform the bubble point test in less than 3 minutes, which is 80% faster than competitive instruments.
Thus, the transvector control implemented in Simovert three-phase drives makes it possible to enter a specific motor torque and speed.
The principle of field orientation as applied to new transvector closed loop system is presented in [2] and [3].
Disease PSP NSP Causative organism Red tide Red tide dinoflagellate dinoflagellate (a) Major transvector Shellfish Shellfish, aerosols Geographic distribution Temperate to Gulf of Mexico, tropical worldwide Japan, New Zealand Major toxin (no.
The tester uses the TransVector system to perform bubble point tests in as little as 2 minutes, compared to 10 or more minutes with some competitive instruments.