SHM


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SHM

abbreviation for
(Atomic Physics) simple harmonic motion
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At present, structural health monitoring (SHM) techniques are becoming important for guaranteeing the safety of bridge structures, especially for the large-span bridge structures.
The use of SHM systems is considered to be a reliable way to collect realistic usage and environmental data and further assess and monitor the structural damage accumulation/life consumption of ageing aircraft.
Reported SHM topologies based on HBT's can roughly be classified into three categories: 1) Switched Gm-based circuits using stacked LO quads in a Gilbert cell configuration [4]; 2) Balanced transistor pairs followed by IF buffering for selection of the sub-harmonic mixing product [5, 6]; and 3) LO frequency doublers integrated together with a fundamental frequency mixer to enhance the sub-harmonic mixing product of the overall circuit [7, 8].
SHM took the stage at 11 p.m., after a couple of warm-up acts.
Last year, it generated revenues of USD107.6m and an adjusted EBITDA of USD10.8m.Country: USASector: HealthcareTarget: SRI/Surgical Express IncBuyer: SHM Acquisition Inc, Synergy Health PlcDeal size in USD: 25.1mType: Corporate acquisitionFinancing: Existing resources, DebtStatus: Agreed, Bidding
So there is strong interest in replacing periodic inspections with continuous structural health monitoring (SHM), using networks of sensors permanently installed on the structure and sensitive to the defect.
The SHM involved 38 nurses: 22 from Auckland, 11 from Wellington, two from the East Coast and three from Australia.
For Gillooly, whose firm has advised a mixed bag of clients ranging from Apple computers and the BBC, the answer is to think less like a deep--pockets public monopoly and more like British retail giant Tesco (also an SHM client).
This report presents early implementation and operational lessons from the Supporting Healthy Marriage (SHM) evaluation.
$225,544 for an adult hospitalist, according to a new survey by the Society of Hospital Medicine (SHM) and Medical Group Management Association (MGMA).
Figure 3 presents a code grid of the specification of range 2 including (as the node theories) canonical mechanics (CM), classical hydromechanics (CHM), turbulence mechanics (TM), statistical mechanics (SM), statistical hydromechanics (SHM), and an additional statistical theory of the second order denoted as SM2, required to make the systemic description complete.