nonoptimal

nonoptimal

(ˌnɒnˈɒptɪməl)
adj
not optimal
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5 kg), and simple operation by a single person made it ideal for use in a field vehicle, under nonoptimal conditions (Fig.
Nonoptimal lipids commonly present in young adults and coronary calcium later in life: the CARDIA (Coronary Artery Risk Development in Young Adults) study.
The score for externalizing behavior problems had a population mean of 50 and a standard deviation of 10, for which higher score suggests nonoptimal behavior.
If the 2016 system is designed at nonoptimal flow rates, the low-load system savings will be large due to ancillary equipment savings.
Thus, sleeping during nonoptimal hours can cause an 84 percent decrease in gene transcription.
Improvement of the central ejector efficiency under nonoptimal operating modes.
Figure 6 shows the optimal and nonoptimal power in one curve versus engine speed.
A number of reasons may account for this: (i) nonoptimal pharmacokinetic profiles, preventing antioxidants from reaching the endothelium or from maintaining a stable concentration of the agent over time; (ii) overestimation of the in vitro effect of antioxidants, since experiments are usually performed under normal oxygen tension, whereas oxygen levels in the body are considerably lower, especially in deep tissue layers; (iii) possible downregulation of cellular antioxidant defenses (i.
Without visualization, there is higher probability of nonoptimal placement of injectable fluid.
For instance, they ask for correcting nonoptimal use of existing capital stocks by taxing inefficient use or auction permits and by tapping rents of fixed factors such as land and subsoil resources.
Water temperature has a significant impact on the physiology of juvenile and adult lobsters, especially in nonoptimal dissolved oxygen and salinity conditions (Mercaldo-Allen & Kuropat 1994).