dynamic

(redirected from Dynamic compression)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Financial, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
References in periodicals archive ?
While S-S curves have been provided by previous authors, data throughout the entire testing period, including dynamic compression fatigue, were not previously available.
While these trends augur well for the markets, currently, awareness of the advantages of dynamic compression products among physicians and individuals is low.
dc] = dynamic compression stiffness; E' = Young's modulus (compression); b = constant, 1 - 2, depending upon material and fillers; S = shape factor, dimensionless;
The system uses the latest noise suppression, acoustic echo cancelling, and dynamic compression techniques and algorithms to deliver clear-speech audio for both crew members and customers.
The wound and tissue management market includes wound closure devices; static and dynamic compression therapy; moist, antimicrobial, interactive wound dressings; non-adherent contact layers; hemostats; tissue sealants; anti-adhesion; and negative pressure wound therapy.
The main segments covered include static and dynamic compression therapy devices.
PARTELEC, a French firm specializing in Mobile imaging solutions, is using Truffle V to support such solutions as its M Health, a streamlined and scalable platform with an innovative compression algorithm (automatic dynamic compression ratio C tamper free fidelity - dynamic auto sizing) that guarantees same quality /characteristics as original medical image.
Together with the University of Rochester s Laboratory for Laser Energetics, Logos Technologies, Fairfax, Virginia has secured an award to design, build and install a sophisticated high-energy laser at the Washington State University-led Dynamic Compression Sector at the Advanced Photon Source, Argonne National Laboratory.
Market size data for Compression Therapy market categories - Static Compression Therapy and Dynamic Compression Therapy.
The market includes therapeutic support surfaces, static and dynamic compression therapy, moist, advanced, and interactive wound dressings, wound closure devices, hemostats, tissue sealants, and anti-adhesion.
In this research, Frost & Sullivan's expert analysts thoroughly examine the static and dynamic compression therapy segments.
Expand Networks' integrated WAN Optimization approach uses techniques such as byte-level caching and dynamic compression, delivering a superior end user experience for Drive Assist by ensuring fast and secure access to centrally located data across its increasingly distributed WAN.

Full browser ?