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Related to conductance: Thermal conductance, equivalent conductance, Electrical conductance, specific conductance
  • noun

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a material's capacity to conduct electricity

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The thermal contact conductance can neither be measured nor calculated directly, so an accurate and efficient method for computing temperature distribution becomes quite important.
Simon Clarke, owner of Nacarat, who came third in the Racing Post Chase, was one of those taking part and his heart rate rose to 127 beats per minute during the feature race, while his skin conductance results showed significant levels of excitement, particularly in the final furlong.
Uncertainty targets for synthetic refrigerant based mixture Precooler conductance ([UA.
9), we get a complete expression for conductance which depends on the angles 0,9, and on the barrier height, [V.
When measuring Raw, through the use of the body plethysmogragh, the method of patient breathing, whether using normal breathing or through panting, can have a significant effect on the Raw and subsequent specific airway conductance values obtained and these differences can be of even greater significance in small children.
735) conducted a randomized double-blind provocation study to determine whether short-term exposure to a TETRA base station signal was associated with self-reported symptoms, heart rate, skin conductance, and blood pressure measurements among 48 individuals with self-reported "electrosensitivity" and 132 age-and sex-matched controls.
The women wore ambulatory sternal skin conductance monitors, which recorded their hot flashes over a 24-hour period.
Using infrared detection, we can see changes in conductance in a person's face when faced with a highly emotional state," says Jag Pamulapati, deputy director for research and laboratory management at the Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Army for acquisition, technology and logistics.
Hence, the conductance may be considered as a reasonable tool to predict the formation of complexes in solution.
Two short communications review fractional conductance in metallic nanowires, and red- and blue-shift of UV luminescence of ZnO nanowires.
This device receives HART data from the CorrTran MV corrosion monitor and delivers three distinct 4-20 mA outputs that represent general corrosion, localized corrosion, and conductance.
It allows flexibility in applications designed for system integration or retrofit of floats conductance and pressure sensors.
The three-part system comprises a roller for crushing wheat samples, a voltage source that sends an electric charge through the sample, and a computer software program that measures each kernel's electrical conductance.
With identification of the critical factor thermal contact conductance for different pressure and frequency, design the engine cooling system is made effectively.