flatplate

flatplate

(flăt′plāt)
A radiograph requiring a frontal projection of the abdomen or other body part with the patient supine.
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Gorohov et al., "Flatplate Fresnel lenses with improved concentrating capabilities: designing, manufacturing and testing," in Proceeding of IEEE Photovoltaic Specialists Conference, 2008.
At temperatures more than 200 degrees Fahrenheit, they operate at more than 30 percent efficiency, while standard flatplate CSP systems don't function at all.
Chair: James Bogart, Member, FlatPlate, Inc., York, PA
GEA Ecoflex GmbH, Sarstedt, controlling company of the GEA PHE Group, has taken over the US-based manufacturer of brazed plate heat exchangers FlatPlate Inc.
The lateral force resisting system efficiently incorporated the 12" flatplate with a 16" thick concrete shear wall which completely encases the fire stair from the ground floor.
Etone Community School, Leicester Road, Nuneaton, flatplate antenna on 2m pole - Warwickshire County Council.
Place the chicken on a hot, lightly oiled barbecue grill or flatplate. Cook for five minutes, turning and brushing with marinade.
q Whitnash Primary School, Langley Road, Whitnash, a flatplate antenna
Lawrence Sheriff School, Clifton Road, Rugby - construction of two 10cm x 9cm flatplate antennas.
Michael Drayton Junior School, The Woodlands, Hartshill - erection of flatplate antenna (Warwickshire County Council).
Higham Lane School, Higham Lane, Nuneaton - two flatplate antenna (Warwickshire County Council);