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i·sos·ta·sy

 (ī-sŏs′tə-sē)
n.
Equilibrium in the earth's crust such that the forces tending to elevate landmasses balance the forces tending to depress landmasses.

[iso- + Greek stasis, a standstill; see stā- in Indo-European roots + -y.]

i′so·stat′ic (ī′sō-stăt′ĭk) adj.
i′so·stat′i·cal·ly adv.
Translations
isostaattiisostaattinenisostasia
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In combination with a cold isostatic press, Alignment degrees of 98% can be achieved.
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According to one of the researchers, there are various methods for the production of zirconium diboride-based composites, including spark plasma sintering (SPS), hot pressure and hot isostatic pressure (HIP).