An example to be mentioned is when it is believed that aluminum pans and pots have a certain volumetric
capacity and when producing food this one is lost because of ignoring the cookware designation, which ends up increasing menu costs due to the inconvenience of unexpected losses.
Figure 6 shows a relationship between volumetric
water content at each soil layer and PALSAR backscattering coefficient.
The report covers the market for volumetric
displays based on technologies, display types, applications, and geography.
* Revalidation: Volumetric
glassware should be calibrated at least once every 10 years.
Such difference in temperature distribution signifies that there is difference in volumetric
water content was the main factor that influenced communication.
The 426 subjects were divided into those who were cognitively normal at the time of volumetric
MRI (n = 299; mean age, 78 years) and those who were impaired (n = 127; mean age, 81 years) with either MCI (n = 83) or AD (n = 44).
5 October 2010 - Oslo-listed medical imaging systems provider ContextVision AB (OSL: COV) said today that its volumetric
image enhancement tool, GOPiCE US, will be incorporated into the ultrasound units of South Korean sector player Medison Co Ltd during the second half of 2010.
The measurements are done in a single coordinate system rather than along three axes, resulting in a true volumetric
map of the machine tool's accuracy.
Oncoming headlights are bright and glary, but the same headlights when viewed during the day, when there is sufficient volumetric
brightness from daylight, are not.
Strictly speaking, PD flowmeters are the only ones that directly measure volumetric
flow, although techniques like Turbine, Ultrasonic and Vortex measure the velocity of the gas stream, to determine volumetric
The KTEK LM080 laser belt scanner provides continuous, non-contact M3/hr volumetric
flow measurement of bulk solids lying on belts and conveyors whilst simultaneously monitoring the belt speed.