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cal·i·brate

(kal'i-brāt),
1. To graduate or standardize any measuring instrument.
2. To measure the diameter of a tubular structure.

cal·i·brate

(kal'i-brāt)
1. To graduate or standardize any measuring instrument.
2. To measure the diameter of a tubular structure.

cal·i·brate

(kal'i-brāt)
1. To graduate or standardize any measuring instrument.
2. To measure the diameter of a tubular structure.
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"You do need to calibrate them with a standard every day," she warns.
The data should enable his team to calibrate further the Ia standard candle, Sandage notes.
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In order to properly calibrate a cone meter the test facility must test the meter across the appropriate Reynolds number range.
Over the last five years, InterMune has raised almost $300,000 in support of Breathe California's education and advocacy efforts," said Kyrus Caldwell, captain of "Team InterMune." "We rely on the support of vendors like Calibrate, our business partners, and other friends in helping us reach this year's fundraising goal of $50,000."
When the manufacturer and NIST calibrate the same transfer standard, they are, in effect conducting a proficiency test.
Since power demand from the generator is directly proportional to welding force and amplitude, the process engineer can verify and calibrate force and amplitude using a photonic sensor or a laser measurement system to record the actual amplitude at the face of the horn.
The synchronicity architecture consists of a software layer that connects both the pre- and post-testing calculation processes of the physical and virtual procedures, then calibrates them so the results have a direct correlation.
Also, electrostatic force generation is common in micro-electromechanica] systems (MEMS), and the ability to calibrate such forces from electrical and length measurements could prove beneficial.
The certified sieves are used to determine the widths of narrow distribution glass microspheres, which in turn are used to calibrate the uncertified slotted sieves.