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isochronal

(ī-sŏk′rō-năl) [″ + chronos, time]
Acting in uniform time, or taking place at regular intervals.
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It was another five years later, and a year after my January 2001 retirement from NRL, when I finally devised a means to obtain isochronal anneal data for the 660 and 760 nm fiber-optic bands following [gamma]-irradiation at 77-K.
(TSX-V: TAO) (OTCQX: TAOIF), a Canadian-based production and exploration company with operations focused exclusively in New Zealand, has announced that a four-point Isochronal flow test was completed over the main discovery zone in the Sidewinder-2 discovery well.
But moments of isochronal time are not so much actual facts as virtual facts--as Gilles-Gaston Granger has characterized the data of science in general--, objects of a schematic model rather than perceived reality.
(1986) that was adapted by the authors to work with isochronal spawning fish, as well as assessed with previous models of reproductive development (Stenger, 1959; Grier, 1981; Wallace and Selman, 1981) (Table 1).
All the isochronal experiments were run at 10 rad/s.
Specifically, this paper describes a study of the spacing effect in three complex tasks using a schedule of alternating task modules (ATMs) to produce a spaced condition that is isochronal with a massed condition.
The following small amplitude oscillatory shear experiments were carried out in the linear viscoelastic region (1% strain), which was verified by the amplitude sweep tests: (I) Isochronal dynamic temperature sweep was performed to detect the onset of thermodynamic demixing temperature by measuring the storage and loss moduli at a mixed frequency of 0.3 rad [s.sup.-1] [18] and a uniform heating rate of 0.5[degrees]C [min.sup.-1] [42], (II) Dynamic time sweep experiments were carried out to investigate the phase separation kinetics at a fixed frequency of 1 rad [s.sup.-1].
Huh, "Effect of green density on the subsequent densification and grain growth of ultrafine Sn[O.sub.2] powder during isochronal sintering," Journal of American Ceramic Society, vol.
The DMA measurements were performed under isochronal conditions at 1 Hz, and the temperature scanning interval varied from -90 to 100[degrees]C at a heating rate of 2[degrees]C [min.sup.-1].
Thanks to a recent renovation/expansion project, the organization's fixed-wing aircraft isochronal inspection hangar is now big enough to fully enclose the HC-130P/N King aircraft, allowing maintainers to perform maintenance operations during all types of weather conditions.
Seidman, "Precipitation evolution in Al-0.1Sc, Al-0.1Zr and Al-0.1Sc-0.1Zr (at.%) alloys during isochronal aging," Acta Materialia, vol.