If not, the piston may bounce back off the wall of compressed air and recompress
the mainspring, transmitting vibration through the powerplant.
The method also yields better ROC curve when quality factor 70 is used to recompress
the forged images.
1] (cover or stego), we first recompress
it with all candidate tables, i.
As more and more image and video computer files become available in a compressed format, researchers have begun designing algorithms to process and manipulate them without having to decompress them first then recompress
after the operation.
Standing in front of an engine used to transport natural gas, Willson described the need to compress the gas as it enters the pipeline and recompress
it every 50 to 100 miles, a process that can consume as much as 5 percent of the gas - thus the need for greater efficiencies.
5 MPa or 200 psi) and therefore it is possible to recover the low pressure fluid leaving the probe and recompress
it in a small, portable compressor in the operating room.
18) As all gas transported by the pipelines is heavily pressurized, pipelines usually contain compressor stations every 40 to 100 miles along a pipeline to recompress
the natural gas.
Stop turning every one-half turn and allow the extractor to return by spring tension, then push the cylinder in to recompress
the spring and continue tightening in half-turn increments until the rod is hand tight.
The eavesdropper can even decompress the suspicious compressed data and recompress
it to compare the two compressed data.
By not having to recompress
the gas in the power cylinder before combustion as is required in other split-cycle designs, the Scuderi engine can operate at a higher efficiency with fewer harmful emissions.
I am now using a colleague's Media 100 digital video editing workstation to recapture, reedit, and recompress
the video from my original high-quality analog source tapes.
It can run in the background to recompress
the files on your compressed drive for maximum space saving.