containment


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a policy of creating strategic alliances in order to check the expansion of a hostile power or ideology or to force it to negotiate peacefully

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(physics) a system designed to prevent the accidental release of radioactive material from a reactor

the act of containing

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CPI Aisle Containment Solutions provide built-in flexibility that adapt to challenges like limited ceiling height and complicated overhead pathways.
ii) a pair of barrier zones respectively disposed at either longitudinal side of the central zone, between the central zone and the opposing containment member edges, the barrier zones and the containment member edges forming respective upstanding longitudinal barrier cuffs, and wherein the central zone has a greater air flow according to the Air Permeability Test than the barrier zone and the barrier zone has a greater hydrohead according to the Hydrostatic Head Pressure Test than the central zone.
Together with Rigid and Flexible containment, Schematic can now offer entire line of Isolators for High Potent Drug industry in India, he added.
Thick mats and containment ponds also ensure fracking fluid is safely stored and disposed of according to government regulations.
The main objective of this study is to evaluate the performance of hot aisle containment system with the help of virtual test setup using CFD simulations.
Patterson observes that the industry's perspective on proper containment, including preferred containment equipment, has evolved.
The situation on the ground at the Fukushima Daiichi plant is so fluid, and the details of what is unfolding are so murky, that it may be days or even weeks before anyone knows how the Mark 1 containment system performed in the face of a devastating combination of natural disasters.
containment when these installations are complete will be far greater than the
Obviously limiting the transport of crushed cars to four-sided vehicles would easily resolve the drafting group's concern for the need of additional securement and containment methods while transporting crushed cars.
Almost all of the states' plans address a wide range of issues regarding command and control, surveillance, vaccination, antiviral drugs, communication, and emergency management and containment measures.
Now in a revised edition, Strategies of Containment: A Critical Appraisal of American National Security Policy During the Cold War is a revised and expanded edition of Bancroft Prize winner and Cold War expert John Lewis Gaddis' classic on understanding the history of containment as a policy, its role in bringing the Cold War to an end, and its possible value or pitfalls in the future.
Polymers in Automotive Fuel Containment 2005 is a conference from Rapra Technology Ltd.
These issues, coupled with mass characterization difficulties, have led many to consider the DNAPL problem essentially intractable and to argue for containment as the best management strategy (Cherry et al.
Only when Reagan changed the moral template of the conflict, their argument goes, was America able to get past the weak pieties of containment and rid the world of Soviet tyranny.
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