isovolume

i·so·vol·ume

(ī'sō-vol'yūm),
At the same or equal volume.
See also: isovolumic.
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As with other approaches, the isovolume assumption, which makes it possible to assimilate "volume" and "volume fraction," was the presupposition of the Avrami model.
Isovolume hypertonic solutes (sodium chloride or mannitol) in the treatment of refractory posttraumatic intracranial hypertension: 2ml/kg 7.
Pseudonormalized Doppler total ejection isovolume (Tei) index in patients with right ventricular acute myocardial infarction.
In the case of an isovolume transformation (such transformation can be performed for instance by applying air pressure inside a rigid container), the MFR can be related to the initial slope of the pressure-versus-time curve.
g], polymers exist in a rubbery state, and changes in energy are due almost exclusively to changes in entropy (here we are restricting ourselves to the case of isovolume loading above [T.
Assuming that the nonuniform deformation takes place under isovolume conditions, the true effective stress is given by (2):
Clusters of strong mobile phone usage are further reinforced using isovolumes.