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This temperature was used to try to generate more chemical relaxation in these shorter time intervals.
Each time interval has its own unique network congestion level (Jason, 1991; Wu, et al.
The CV at the time interval of 0 days refers to the analytical variation for duplicates of a single sample, i.
Kitchen Circuit Cumulative Volume Versus Time Interval Results: One of the most useful and easiest-to-use pieces of information that can be provided from field testing is developing "worst-case order of occurrence" cumulative hot-water use volume versus time interval plots (also called a moving window analysis for short).
The worst-case order of occurrence cumulative volume versus time interval approach uses progressively larger moving time windows to compute cumulative hot-water use during each size time interval throughout the entire database of collected flow data.
In the molding example, the barrel and reservoir are assumed to be at the barrel control temperature for the reservoir time interval, R.
The Allan deviation and another statistic called total deviation both require data runs twice as long as the desired averaging time interval.
They propose that bits of dust within the disk of material that surrounded the infant sun assembled "into planetesimals many kilometers across over a time interval of order 1 million years or less," says Jack J.
Also, because it is Pipeless, the bath water loses only one degree of temperature in a 20-minute bathing cycle, as opposed to conventional piped and air systems, which can lose 10 degrees or more in the same time interval.
Based on patented Continuous Time Interval Analyzer (CTIA) technology, the company's Femto 2000 and GT4000 families of multi-channel timing test systems and accompanying Datacom Analysis software substantially improve test throughput via fast measurement rates, far greater measurement and analysis accuracy, and the ability to handle asynchronous or non-deterministic signals without external arming on up to 32 or 64 channels.
Moreover, the bunches of electrons and photons are less than 100 micrometers wide and must meet within a time interval of only about 10 picoseconds.