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STIR

(stĕr),

short TI inversion recovery

An MRI term for a specialised application of the inversion recovery pulse sequence which sets the inversion time (TI) of the sequence at 0.69 times the T1 of fat, thereby suppressing the fat in the image.

STIR

see short T1 inverse recovery imaging MRI sequencing in which fat appears black (contrast with T1-weighted images)
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As consequence, the analysis of an RC when the stirrer is rotating requires multiple runs of FDTD code changing the angle of the stirrer.
The rinse does not have to be mixed on a magnetic stirrer.
For this reason, it's better to make sure that the stirrer is always turned off during spraying.
Of course, whenever achieving an accurate or constant stirring speed is important, you'll need a stirrer with electronic feedback control.
The stirrer was rotated at 1,000 rpm and due to the highly abrasive medium, stirrer life was limited to approximately 500 hr.
Tenders are invited for Supply of Overhead Stirrer.
A regulated torque is supplied to the rabble arm stirrer through the use of electronically regulated speed and torque control systems.
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That well and the water in it are the reason the wooden stirrer survived.
Since there is no rotating stirrer shaft, a simple membrane seal in various different materials prevents leakage or contamination.
The cocktail is served over ice made from water at the Macallan distillery in Scotland, served with an oak stirrer made from a Macallan cask, and presented in a Baccarat 18-karat gold souvenir glass.
Placed in a cup, hot water is directly poured over the tea stick and allowed to steep for a few minutes, which also acts as a strainer and a stirrer.