diabatic


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Adj.1.diabatic - involving a transfer of heat; "a diabatic process"
natural philosophy, physics - the science of matter and energy and their interactions; "his favorite subject was physics"
adiabatic - occurring without loss or gain of heat; "adiabatic expansion"
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'On the basis of the abnormalities exhibited by the Lab data as noted above, the Special Board constituted by the Allama Iqbal Medical College, Lahore has made an assessment to the effect that the petitioner has, Stage 3 CKD (Chronic Kidney Disease) problem secondary to Diabatic Nephropathy and HTN; Uncontrolled HTN; Mild Proteinuria; Suboptimal T2 Diabetes Control; Metabolic Acidosis Nephrolithiasis (i.e.
The petition said: 'On the basis of the abnormalities exhibited by the Lab data as noted above, the Special Board constituted by the Allama Iqbal Medical College, Lahore has made an assessment to the effect that the petitioner has, Stage 3 CKD (Chronic Kidney Disease) problem secondary to Diabatic Nephropathy and HTN; Uncontrolled HTN; Mild Proteinuria; Suboptimal T2 Diabetes Control; Metabolic Acidosis Nephrolithiasis (i.e.
"I am diabatic. It is essential for me to go on a walk regularly in order to stay fit.
Unfortunately, no radiative or turbulent flux measurements are available in suitable locations to directly determine diabatic heating contributions in this area.
The main difference to the case of loss as discussed in [12] is that during its propagation the situation becomes more and more diabatic in the lossy fiber, but approaches adiabaticity in the amplifying fiber.
The three major types are diabatic OCAES, adiabatic OCAES, and isothermal OCAES.
The efficiency of turbocharger compressors with diabatic flows.
In a conventional diabatic system, the loss of heat energy has to be compensated for during the gas expander (power generation) phase.
Figure 3 shows that the diabatic region (where the one-passage transition probability is almost unity) is located in between 41[degrees] and 49[degrees] for angle DD2.