closed system


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closed system

n.
A physical system that does not interact with or receive input from other systems, especially one that obeys conservation laws.
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Equashield is a leading provider of Closed System Transfer Devices (CSTDs), clinically proven to protect healthcare professionals from hazardous drug exposure.
By pressurizing the rubber bonded gasket in a closed system and then measuring the decline in pressure, it can be determined whether a sealing bead is cracked, crushed or just not present.
The researchers exposed each framework to increasing amounts of carbon dioxide gas in a closed system at room temperature.
The new ovens will feature an Advanced Closed System +3 with "Crisp and Tasty," "Press-and-Go" and a dispensing door, which have all been developed by Convotherm.
entropy (often conceived of as disorder) decreases over time in a closed system.
The earth is not a perfect closed system, but for the purpose of your argument, it is a closed system.
Wu (US Naval Academy-Maryland) profiles 10 types of heat engines that use gas as the working fluid in a closed system model.
The Slurry Trap is a 20 gallon closed system that vacuums concrete/asphalt slurry, traps it in a reusable filter bag, and then pumps the filtered water back to the bit / blade for cooling.
Centralized distribution in a closed system minimizes routine material handling and adhesive contamination inherent with manual filling methods.
The distinction between independently practicing physicians and physicians practicing in a closed system is difficult to measure.
By contrast, relying on vendorspecific solutions yields a closed system, a common problem in the server-based approach and to early SAN-WAN routers.