calorimetric


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Encyclopedia.

cal·o·ri·met·ric

(kă'lōr-i-met'rik),
Relating to calorimetry.

cal·o·ri·met·ric

(kal'ŏr-i-met'rik)
Relating to calorimetry.
References in periodicals archive ?
2012) introduced an indoor calorimetric facility for STPV window testing and determination of the SHGC and electrical performance.
MFD11 from differential calorimetric thermo analysis were 163 and 169 degC respectively.
DSC is more than a calorimetric technique; it is also considered a thermal analysis, where the physical property being studied is heat (IUPAC, 1994).
A New Approach to Calorimetric Efficiency Measurements and Analysis of Electric Vehicle Drive Losses," SAE Int.
A calorimetric method for the determination of serum glutamic oxalacetic and glutamic pyruvic transaminases.
Surfactant--electrolyte interactions in concentrated water-in-oil emulsions: FT-IR spectroscopic and low-temperature differential scanning calorimetric studies / S.
Resting metabolic rate and oxygen uptake during the Zumba Gold exercise class and maximal exercise test were measured using an Oxycon Mobile portable calorimetric measurement system.
DEVELOPMENT: Automated laser cladding cell, power measurement calorimetric system, and a laser-assisted machining process that makes post-sintered machining of hard materials a cost-effective alternative to traditional grinding methods.
t] = the heat released up to the time t, and it can be obtained by integration of calorimetric signal dH/dt up to time t.
Lipid Profile: Total cholesterol, HDL-C, triglycerides were estimated by using enzymatic calorimetric methods.
The differential scanning calorimetric technique was used to investigate the curing behavior of the prepared samples.