macroscale

macroscale

(ˈmækrəʊˌskeɪl)
n
a large scale used for measuring things such as weather movements
adj
relating to a macroscale
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At a macroscale, sabre rattling has, sometimes, characterised the fraught negotiations over the use of the Nile waters.
Now, new research, using data from NASAs Time History of Events and Macroscale Interactions during Substorms or THEMIS mission and Japans Exploration of energization and Radiation in Geospace shortened to ERG, or also known as Arase satellite, has finally captured the missing link thought responsible for these auroras.
Data from the four individual heliophysics NASA missions - the Magnetospheric Multiscale mission; Van Allen Probes mission; Geotail; and the Time History of Events and Macroscale Interactions during Substorms mission were used in the study along with the LANL-GEO spacecraft data.
However, there is no single formula that can describe these changes as we move from the subatomic to macroscale.
The macroscale compression molding simulation is conducted on the component level.
Additionally, nanoscale properties may produce emergent phenomena that expand beyond existing macroscale properties.
In materials science, the limits of fabrication are demarcated by two criteria, says Brown, by the capacity to characterize materials at molecular and sub-molecular scales, and by the capacity to translate the effects of such structural precision into novel macroscale properties.
Then she used the pictures to produce some of the most technically accomplished paintings of her career: large-scale, enamelon-metal works whose luscious surfaces oscillate almost magically between abstraction and figuration, between an atomized, vaguely pointillist micro-level pictorial environment and a brand of macroscale representational lucidity that, from a few steps back, suddenly resolves into knockout Photorealism.
On the macroscale, however, higher mold temperature and pack pressure produced more surface defects and sink marks in the molded COPE parts.
The nature of electrical conduction in nanoscale materials can differ vastly from regular, macroscale metallic structures, which have countless free electrons forming the current, thus making any effect by a single electron negligible.
The mesoscale represents the connection between microscale structures and macroscale properties, he observes.
The ability to build living 3D vascularized tissues from the bottom-up provides a potential way to form macroscale functional tissue replacements that can be surgically connected to the body's own blood vessels to provide immediate perfusion of these artificial tissues, and thus, greatly increase their likelihood of survival.