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radiant

 [ra´de-ant]
1. diverging from a center.
2. emitting rays, as of light or heat.

ra·di·ant

(rā'dē-ănt),
1. Giving out rays.
2. A point from which light radiates to the eye.

ra·di·ant

(rā'dē-ănt)
1. Giving out rays.
2. A point from which light radiates to the eye.
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Radiant's stake acquisition is one of several steps that will eventually result in Soi and KKR together acquiring a controlling stake in Max Healthcare by combining the health care assets of Max Healthcare, Max India Ltd., and Radiant to create the largest hospital network in North India.
"Max Healthcare and Radiant possess complementary sets of capabilities in running healthcare establishments and KKR brings with its extensive global experience in healthcare investments and capabilities in prudent financial management.
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Radiant Software 1.1 utilizes a unified design database to implement data convergence and supports the Synopsys Design Constraint (SDC) industry standard to provide maximum interoperability, rapid design exploration, and an easy to use interface.
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In a radiant heat burner, electricity heats the metal coil beneath the glass surface which then heats the cookware on the electric range.
The Lattice Radiant software is now available for download, free of charge.
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Radiant systems are found in 42% of verified net zero energy buildings and when operated correctly, they generally deliver high performance in both energy efficiency and occupant satisfaction.
Cooling of indoor built spaces using radiant systems when combined with smaller displacement ventilation system provides comfortable thermal environment characterized by draftless and homogenous temperature distribution in the occupied space (Saelens et al.