multicycle


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multicycle

(ˌmʌltɪˈsaɪkəl)
n
1. (Cycle Racing) a pedalled cycle with four or more wheels
2. (Cycle Racing) a pedalled cycle designed for two or more riders
adj
involving several cycles or series of events
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Development of a novel-synthesized Ca-based CO2 sorbent for multicycle operation: Parametric study of sorption.
The focus has been mainly on the asphalt after once ageing and recycling; however, the fact is that certain RAP materials have already experienced multicycle repeated ageing and recycling during the past decades.
As we know, the SMA rods without prestraining are not able to repeat the response of its first cycle in the following loading cycles, while multicycle loading is unavoidable in a real earthquake event.
In addition to Boolean expressions, there are Sequential Extended Regular Expressions (SEREs) in PSL which describe the multicycle behaviour of the DUV.
That is to say, the DE system may experiences a stability evolution from a single cycle motion to multicycle motion with the increasing relaxation times for a fixed frequency.
Anastasopoulos [10] studied the seismic performance of a typical bar-mat retaining wall theoretically and experimentally, a series of reduced-scale shaking table tests are carried out with various kinds of earthquake excitation (real records and artificial multicycle motions), and the problem is carried out by finite element method.
Towards the understanding of cyclic variability in a spark ignited engine using multicycle LES.
(1998) extend the single-cycle structure to a multicycle structure in the context of an (s, Q inventory system.
Jing et al., "Catalytic chemical looping combustion of carbon with an iron-based oxygen carrier modified by [K.sub.2]C[O.sub.3]: catalytic mechanism and multicycle tests," Fuel Processing Technology, vol.
Testa, "Multicycle, dose-intensive chemotherapy supported by sequential reinfusion of hematopoietic progenitors in whole blood," Journal of Clinical Oncology, vol.