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the branch of mechanics concerned with the forces that cause motions of bodies

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Incorporated on January 20th, 1969, Industrial Kinetics, Inc was started by George Huber, Jr and his wife Marianne.
Thermal Kinetics is a Buffalo, New York-based engineering company providing full service process equipment supply, engineering, development and design services for construction and industrial customers.
According to RCM, Thermal Kinetics and its clients operate primarily in the chemical, oil and gas, renewable fuels, pharmaceutical and industrial manufacturing industries.
After 2 weeks of growth, the uptake kinetics of PO4-P, NO3-N and NH4-N by plants were measured separately.
Dagupan City's iconic Pantal Bridge lit using Philips Color Kinetics
The largest number of biopsied lesions (42%; 74 of 177) showed persistent kinetics, followed by plateau (25%; 44 of 177) and washout kinetics (17%; 30 of 177).
Pseudo first order kinetics model gives information about the sorption of solid or liquid that depends upon the solid adsorption capacity.
Smartphone manufacturers are turning to Cavendish Kinetics' RF MEMS SmarTuners to solve the challenge.
The obtained data were evaluated according to zero-order kinetics, first-order kinetics, and second-order kinetics models [17,18], as well as applying the Weibull model (Table 2) [11].
Arthro Kinetics AG (Arthro Kinetics), formerly Arthro Kinetics plc is a medical device company that researches, develops, manufactures and markets biological implants.
[USPRwire, Mon Feb 22 2016] Arthro Kinetics AG (Arthro Kinetics), formerly Arthro Kinetics plc is a medical device company that researches, develops, manufactures and markets biological implants.
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-January 14, 2016-Neuberger Berman acquires options investment team from Horizon Kinetics
The mono-exponential time constant (tau, [tau]) is routinely used as the standard measure of V[O.sub.2] kinetics during low to moderate intensity exercise increments to steady state (34).
The University of Memphis' Heath & Sports Sciences Department recently presented a scientific poster titled "The Effects of MSM [methylsulfonylmethane] Supplementation on Knee Kinetics During Running, Muscle Strength and Muscle Soreness Following Eccentric Exercise-Induced Quadriceps Damage" at the 39th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Biomechanics.