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Wave

A short-term movement that goes against the general trend. For example, if the DJIA rallies on a given trading day but overall is in the midst of a prolonged bear market, the rally is called a wave against the bearish tide.
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The single ultrasonic wave transducer reflect model is used to transmit and receive the ultrasonic waves.
Application of ultrasonic wave in remediation field is derived from acoustic cavitation: the formation, growth and implosive collapse of bubble in solution.
For excitation of the ultrasonic wave in the waveguide the 3.
During the past four decades the measurement of the Velocity and attenuation of ultrasonic waves has been the basis of evolution of a wide variety of physical properties of gases, liquids and solids.
The purpose of this test is to investigate the enhancement of remediation of diesel fuel contaminated sandy soil using ultrasonic waves considering the ultrasonic power, soil particle size, soil density, water flow rate, and duration of ultrasonic waves application.
Numerous studies have been investigated polymer processing using ultrasonic waves (1-17).
1987), "Surface roughness induced attenuation of reflected and transmitted ultrasonic waves," J.
Maintaining constant the stress state corresponding to [sigma]1 value, the sample is treated with ultrasonic waves using an ultrasonic concentrator.
It works by emitting an ultrasonic wave from a crystal contained in the brush head.
The officials identified the firm as Choompa, a small producer of ultrasonic wave equipment based in Tokyo's Minato Ward.
Ultrasonic flowmeters work by measuring the travel time of the ultrasonic wave, and computing flow velocity based on that measurement.
The ultrasonic tests transmit an ultrasonic wave through the metal sample.

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