27) The poor fit of points at short pulse times is thought to arise from incomplete coverage that leads to an over-estimation of deposition volume.
What does PT stand for?
PT stands for Pulse Time
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- Pulsatile Tinitus (sound)
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It is sufficient to set performance, frequency and pulse time and the laser can be started.
We separated resulting fragments by using 1% PFGE-grade agarose gel (Bio-Rad, Hercules, CA, USA) in a CHEF-DR II System (Bio-Rad), with the following protocol: 6 volts/cm, 4-12 s pulse time for 12 h, followed by 15-36 s pulse time for 12 h in 0.
Variable throughputs are obtained by increasing or decreasing the lift height of the cone and by adjusting the on/off cone pulse time.
The 18" x 22" hopper inlet is fitted with air pads and an on/off pulse time to ensure positive, uninterrupted flow to the helixes.
Louis, MO, USA) at 6 V/cm, for 21 h at 14[degrees]C with pulse times of 0.
It is observed that in keeping current constant as the pulse time increases the Surface Roughness deteriorates in cutting with WEDM.
At classic EDM, gas bubble lifetime surrounding plasma channel is much greater than pulse time.