P-T

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AcronymDefinition
P-TPressure-Temperature (thermodynamics diagram)
P-TPhaco-IOL (Intraocular Lens)-Trabeculectomy
P-TParabrachio-Thalamic (neurons)
P-TPlatelet-Thrombin Complex
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We hypothesize that the effectiveness of EGR is dependent on the trajectory of the unburned gas through the pressure-temperature domain.
Knock Dependence on Pressure-Temperature Trajectory
30] both show the relative dependence of the pressure-temperature trajectory on the knock-propensity.
How far carbon can survive this journey to extreme depths depends on the relationship between the pressure-temperature path followed by deeply subducting carbonated oceanic crust and its melting relations and solidus temperatures.
PME inactivation followed first-order kinetics with a residual PME activity of 15% at all pressure-temperature combinations used by the researchers.
Ebro Electronic, Ingolstadt has launched a new pressure-temperature logger EBI 100 for process monitoring and validation.
The pressure-temperature loggers have a measuring range from 1 to 4000 mbar absolute and 0[degrees]C to +150[degrees]C.
Among the topics are pressure-temperature evolution and evidence for solution-mass-transfer deformation, brittle strain on the Coast Range fault zone, and the role of ductille thinning of the overburden to exhumation of the high-pressure metamorphic rocks.
An Arrhenius model--used in accelerated life testing to establish a relationship between absolute temperature and reliability--described the pressure-temperature inactivation over the entire pressure-temperature range that was studied.
Pressure-temperature resistance characteristics of selected bacterial surrogate spores are being tested under selected process conditions.
For both pasteurization and sterilization processes, combined pressure-temperature treatments are often thought the most appropriate.
There's also a need for modeling combined pressure-temperature (in)activation processes.