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- The micrometre (international spelling as used by the International Bureau of Weights and Measures; SI symbol: μm) or micrometer (American spelling), also...
- Taylor microscale, which is sometimes called the turbulence length scale, is a length scale used to characterize a turbulent fluid flow. This microscale is...
- Microscale thermop****sis (MST) is a technology for the biophysical analysis of interactions between biomolecules. Microscale thermop****sis is based...
- Microscale may refer to: Microscale meteorology Microscale chemistry Micrometre scale of size Kolmogorov microscales Micro-scale heat exchangers Micro-scale...
- Microscale models form a broad cl**** of com****tional models that simulate fine-scale details, in contrast with macroscale models, which amalgamate details...
- Microscale chemistry (often referred to as small-scale chemistry, in German: Chemie im Mikromaßstab) is an analytical method and also a teaching method...
- Microscale meteorology is the study of short-lived atmospheric phenomena smaller than mesoscale, about 1 km or less. These two branches of meteorology...
- Kolmogorov microscales are the smallest scales in turbulent flow. At the Kolmogorov scale, viscosity dominates and the turbulent kinetic energy is dissipated...
- the jar test lend themselves well to miniaturization. For example, the Microscale Flocculation Test developed by LaRue et al. reduces the scale of conventional...
- resources, food and fiber production, economic development, and human health. Microscale meteorology is the study of short-lived atmospheric phenomena smaller...
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