macroscale

macroscale

(ˈmækrəʊˌskeɪl)
n
a large scale used for measuring things such as weather movements
adj
relating to a macroscale
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Technologists are on the verge of a revolution in synthetic biology and chemical engineering in production where we can expect to be 'growing' macroscale multi-function aircraft parts for example, with desirable nanoscale features.
At the macroscale, the shape of objects is fixed and thus dictates how they can be arranged.
3D printing is a multiscale platform, allowing for the incorporation of functional nanoscale inks, the printing of microscale features, and ultimately the creation of macroscale devices.
Polymer chemists explore smart materials from the perspectives of multidisciplinary exchange of knowledge, relationships between different scales, and the nano-scale control of macroscale behavior.
My group has worked on nanomaterials --materials with features measuring l-100nm, or billionths of a metre--since I joined Cornell University, with the goal of generating novel properties not available with macroscale materials.
The new macroscale imaging approach is based on a biological imaging technique known as fluorescence lifetime imaging microscopy (FLIM).
They determined Twitter to be more effective for macroscale monitoring--noting an added benefit is that tweets are worldwide--while crowdsourcing provides more valuable data at the microlevel.
"We propose a computational approach to discover families of microstructures with extremal macroscale properties automatically."
At a macroscale, sabre rattling has, sometimes, characterised the fraught negotiations over the use of the Nile waters.Just as Africa's water scarcity seems to be aggressively man-made, so too must the solutions.
It is then followed by Section 4 where the transition process from microscale to macroscale for SCC under compression, and the comparisons of the constitutive relationships between SCC and typical NVCs are analyzed and discussed.
In 2007, NASA launched THEMIS (Time History of Events and Macroscale Interactions during Substorms), a five-satellite mission specifically to study the near-Earth environment of space and the processes that initiate aurora.