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stationary

(stā′shŭn-ĕr-ē) [L. stationarius, belonging to a station]
Remaining in a fixed condition.
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What are the key Market trends impacting the growth of the stationary generator market in GCC?
From that mathematical model, it is possible to derive a linear mathematical model around stationary state defined by initial conditions h10 and h20.
He says portable machines can do almost anything stationary units can do.
Drivers in Birmingham and Manchester were at a standstill for 21 minutes, those in Norwich for 20 minutes and even in the least congested city of Edinburgh almost 18 minutes were spent stationary.
However, rising fuel costs and the growing difficulty of securing a permit for a stationary plant have complicated their use in quarries and recycling operations.
Specific topics include the methodological principles of chemical kinetics, the method of routes and kinetic models, problems of stationary kinetics of polymerization up to the high conversion rate, non-stationary (post-polymerization) kinetics and kinetic problems, stationary kinetics of three-dimensional polymerization up to the high conversion rate, the kinetic model and the stretched exponential law, and the statistics of self-avoiding random walks and the stretched exponential law.
z] for the following reasons: (a) in the stationary case the signal level ([approximately equal to]5 pT) for large [k.
Research and Markets said the commercialization of stationary fuel cells relates to making units cost competitive, with challenges including low-cost infrastructure, range and power density.
Heat transfer between the hot and cold halves is reduced by an insulating plate in the stationary half.
The Johnson Research Center focuses on testing different equipment combinations and system components (such as rotary joints, stationary syphons, rotary syphons and Turbulator bars) under the conditions of a particular customer's operation.
Attach the tubing to a stationary object about knee high, and the other end to your ankle.
Under this approach, stationary sources such as factories can obtain emission credits from regulators by paying to have old, highly polluting vehicles taken off the road.