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isostatic

(of the earth's crust) relating to vertical movement upon the upper mantle that results in sea level changes caused by ice-loading from glacier formation during the Ice Age.
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This is done by combing the gravity and seismic crustal structure models in computing the isostatic gravity gradient and solving the VMM inverse problem of isostasy.
The marine/lacustrine unit is interpreted to represent two phases of development of the Grand Lake area: (1) a lower part representing initial deposition in an open water marine environment, changing upward into an inland sea likely from isostatic rebound and captured marine water, and (2) water in the basin becoming increasingly fresher and lacustrine-like.
Isostatic materials are able to deform and feature relatively high surface energy .
Heraeus' integrated manufacturing technologies range from vacuum induction melting, hot isostatic pressing, rolling and extrusion, to thermal spraying, tube casting and bonding.
This land-claim issue is further complicated by the fact that glacial isostatic adjustment (GIA) is occurring in the James Bay region and that the islands of James Bay may one day become part of mainland Ontario or Quebec.
Kobe Steel supplies steel bar rolling mills and wire rod mills, continuous casters, nonferrous metal rolling mills (primarily copper and stainless steel), hot and cold isostatic presses, and metal presses.
The elastic properties of Vistamaxx elastomers are a result of a predominantly amorphous ethylene propylene (EP) matrix laced with a network of fine, well dispersed isostatic PP crystallites.
is constructing an extremely large hot isostatic press (HIP) scheduled to be completed late next year.
One cartel was on the isostatic graphite market - used in electrodes, casting dies and semiconductor applications - and the other in the extruded graphite market - used in electrolytic anodes and cathodes and in boats.
The system features one-micron Heidenhain glass scales and the thermo-balanced, artificially-aged, pearlitic cast-iron structure that ensures the equipment is fully isostatic and will not deform or distort over time or temperature change.
A thermobalanced and artificially aged pearlitic cast iron structure makes the STP-35 EzVision isostatic and unable to deform or distort over time or during temperature changes.