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dynamic

 [di-nam´ik]
pertaining to or manifesting force.
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[ClickPress, Thu May 16 2019] Dynamic scales senses and measures the weight and convert them into electrical form.
Fanzhang, Li, and Zhao present the results of their study of dynamic fuzzy data since 1994, after several revisions based on the reception of a first draft used in graduate courses at Soochow University in China.
26 January 2018 - US-based Microsoft Gold Certified partner, CRM software consulant and Azure hosting services provider Technology Management Concepts has acquired fellow Microsoft Dynamics Partner Dynamic Methods, the company said.
By reducing the stiffness of rail pad [18], we can reduce the probability of stick-slip vibration of wheel set, which helps to reduce the additional dynamic action of wheel and track and delay the formation and development of rail corrugation.
The strong real time and rapidity in robot tasks require multiaxis force sensors to perform high dynamic characteristic.
The dynamic properties of subgrade materials are critical factors affecting stability within the traffic engineering discipline.
Keywords Wetting dynamics, Ultra-hydrophobic surface, Hydrodynamics, Molecular-kinetic theory, Dynamic contact angle
With a new website for European University Cyprus www.dynamicworks.eu Dynamic Works designs and develops high-standard websites and browser-based applications.
ArmaninoLLP has introduced Dynamic Insights, an affordable, easy-to-use software package for reporting and analytics.
This report provides a data-centric analysis of international remittance market dynamics in South Africa to help companies understand business and investment opportunities along with risks.
Mississauga, Canada, June 21, 2019 --(PR.com)-- CRM Dynamics, Canada's largest Microsoft Dynamics 365 Certified Gold partner, is pleased to announce the launch of Credit Union Blueprint (CUB).