thermode

thermode

(thĕr′mōd)
A device for heating or cooling a part of the body.
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Wimmer and Bfichel recruited 31 brave souls who agreed to feel painful heat delivered by a thermode on their left forearms.
2 cm Peltier device thermode that either warms or cools the skin surface.
Also, the Van Krevelen method, which is another integral method, was used to verify the solid - state thermode - gradation mechanism of poly (BOEMA) determined from Coats--Redfern method mentioned earlier.
The thermode design offers ultra-fast heating and cooling cycles, which minimize process times.
Are a series of modular systems consisting of a pulsed heat power supply (Uniflow), a pneumatic bonding head and a quick connect block with thermo-plane thermode.
CDT, WDT/ Not (1993) [3] Modified specified Marstock thermode ** Felix and CDT, WDT, Quiet room Widerstrom- CPT, HPT/ with tempera- Noga(2009) TSA-II ture con- [4] Neuro trolled; skin Sensory temperature Analyzer recorded/No [double details on dagger] instructions Heldestad CDT, WDT, Quiet room; et al.
0] is the amorphous specific volume at zero pressure, and B is a thermode pendent coefficient representing the sensitivity of the specific volume to the pressure:
Israel) with a thermode of stimulation area 16 x 16 mm.
The machines feature microprocessor controls for precise, consistent temperature control and a pulsed heat thermode for uniform distribution of heat with rapid heat up and cool-down.
6 cm thermode connected to the TSA-II Neurosensory Analyzer was used to deliver thermal stimuli.