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compressed

(kəm-prĕst′)
adj.
1. Pressed together or into less volume or space.
2. Biology Flattened, especially laterally or lengthwise, as certain leafstalks or the bodies of many fishes.

compressed

flattened.
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While doing so, it is also important to account for the compressed air related energy costs, broken down into each production area's consumption.
In the beginning, the communication signal is processed in accordance with standard technological process of compressed sensing [2,3]; thatis, the signal issampledbyvirtue of the measurement matrix to obtain the compressed measurements.
When a critical value is exceeded, the production can be stopped immediately before any damage from oil-containing compressed air occurs.
Investigate the costs of re-engineering the process to reduce the use of compressed air.
Compressed air resin dryers use pre-dried compressed air from the production facility's air system, which is expanded to atmospheric pressure.
At this stage, the GEOMAP database was accessed in order to pull the compressed map catalog record using a GN number (all the scanned maps that were cataloged in GEOMAP database have this unique number).
In the compression set test, one measures the amount of the unrecovered strain of a sample after it has been compressed a certain amount, and exposed to a particular aging condition.
The new Code of Practice not only considers compressed air that is used in direct contact with food production but also compressed air that does not come into contact with the food product but forms part of the production process.
With this design, the A:S ratio could be increased by over 300%, while reducing horsepower by over 50% and eliminating the use of compressed air.
Compressed natural gas has fueled vehicles since the mid-1990s, but this is the first time local buses will use it, Tucker said.
In response to high energy costs and potential incentives, Techni-Cast reviewed the compressed air system for potential energy-efficiency opportunities and worked with Accurate Air Engineering to perform a system-level review.
A compressed video learning environment is a setting where students have continual interaction with the educator, both audibly and visually, and each classroom is linked by a television output operated through telephone lines.