isochronal


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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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Just as the epistemological and representational values associated with a particular cartographic enterprise will generate the contours and outlines of particular maps, the schematizations associated with isochronal time generate a progressive account out of moments so depicted.
Notice that our massed and ATM schedules each require four full days of training; they are isochronal.
Equipment required to fully outfit the hangar as an isochronal inspection dock included maintenance platforms ($1.
20) Additionally, the plan goes further by integrating field-level isochronal (ISO) and phased inspection (HSC) requirements into occurrences much more acute.
Maturity was assessed according to a modified version of the schedule used by Wenner et al (1986) adapted to work with isochronal spawning fish, as well as previous models of reproductive development (Stenger, 1959; Wallace and Selman, 1981) (Table 1).
Contract Awarded for The procurement of C-130 Isochronal Maintenance Stands
6] Hz, but Suljovrujic (20) has detected a [beta] relaxation process, related to the glass transition, close to the room temperature in the isochronal dielectric spectrum of isotactic PP at 1 MHz.
is using new KC-135 maintenance platforms that are designed to increase safety and efficiency while completing isochronal inspections.
The first option would be to yield the manpower positions while retaining the phase and isochronal inspection docks at their current base-level locations.
During construction of isochronal activation maps, all local activation times were referred to the lowest local activation time, which was considered to be the zero value.
The isochronal data were obtained from -130 to 85 [degrees] C in the tensile mode at 1 Hz and from 60 to 160 [degrees] C in the shear mode at 1 rad/s.