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dwell time

The length of time a therapeutic substance will be retained in the body.
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"We've seen a 30% average reduction in dwell time, for example, by discovering totes sitting in semi-trailers at a supplier who was waiting to fill the trailer before returning the packaging," Juckem reports.
The median dwell time (the duration a threat actor has in an organisation's environment before they are detected) stood at 175 days.
In the present work, Ba([Ti.sub.1-x][Sn.sub.x])[O.sub.3] ceramics at x = 0.08 were fabricated using the two-step sintering method to control grain growth, and the effects of sintering temperature and dwell time on the phase structure, microstructure, and electrical properties of the fabricated ceramics were systematically investigated.
Among the passenger regarded regression models, the train dwell times have usually been estimated using a linear or nonlinear function of the number of alighting and boarding passengers.
Dwell time is a common measure of efficiency in public transport, with shorter dwell times seen as being universally desirable.
For the retail market, Ooredoo's business customers will also be able to measure footfall and average dwell times during holidays or special events, as well as analyse traffic patterns for more efficient signage placement.
Moreover, to provide evidence for the multiple-item processing view, we analysed the effects of COG fixations on the number and dwell times of stimulus fixations.
The first property is a trivial consequence of the fact that, given two dwell times [[tau].sub.2] [greater than or equal to] [[tau].sub.1], we have that [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII].
Using HPP, scientists at Iowa State University investigated how processing parameters, pressure levels, dwell times and initial temperatures would impact the microbial attributes and protein stability of soymilk during the refrigerated aerobic and anaerobic storage of the product.
This improved flow allows shorter dwell times. Shorter dwell times create a lower density of yarn on the belt resulting in additional improvement in flow.