preobtain

preobtain

(ˌpriːəbˈteɪn)
vb (tr)
to obtain in advance
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The optimal TSR strategy is realized by directly regulating the tip speed ratio, which is calculated by real time using wind velocity and generator speed, to follow a preobtained [[lambda].sub.w-m].
(https://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billTextClient.xhtml?bill_id=201720180AB186) California Assembly Bill 186 would have set up pilot programs in Los Angeles, Humboldt, San Francisco, Mendocino, San Joaquin and Alameda counties where, in "a hygienic space supervised by health care professionals," drug users could "consume preobtained drugs." The program would expire in 2022, at which point policy makers and law enforcement could assess its success or failure.
MPC is a model based controller and requires a preobtained model for the process.
The release amount of the TCH was calculated from an absorbance-concentration calibration curve, which was constructed over the concentration range from 1 to 100 [micro]g/mL, and the cumulative TCH release was represented after being normalized to its initial amount in the scaffolds, obtained by multiplying the weight of the preobtained nanofibrous scaffold by the theoretical weight percentage of TCH.
We usually perform iteration procedures to reduce errors between preobtained measurement results and simulations with various complex permittivity.
The Netherlands, for example, supports injection rooms for the hygienic consumption of preobtained drugs under professional supervision in a non-judgmental environment (Kimber, Dolan, Van Beek, Hedrich, & Zurhold, 2003).