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  • The TCID was titrated by infecting CRFK cells in 96-well multiplates. The cells that were cultivated in MEM containing 10% calf serum for 1 to 2 days were washed and incubated at 35°C in 50 μl/well of serum-free MEM until being inoculated with FCV preparations. Viral suspensions serially diluted 10-fold in serum-free MEM were inoculated into the wells at 50 μl/well. After 3 days of incubation, the cells were washed in PBS, fixed with ethanol, and stained in 0.3% crystal violet-0.67% ammonium oxalate to distinguish the infected and intact wells by the naked eye. The infectivity was expressed as the most probable number, with 95% confidence limits, by the 5- or 10-tube method (). All of the cultivations were carried out at 35°C in a humidified atmosphere containing 5% CO2.

    Despite the high accuracy of capacitance motion detection, system imperfections such as mechanical tolerance, unwanted tilt sensitivity and residual analog circuit accuracy limit the reasonable performance of a simple analog sensor to about 0.1% accuracy. For some applications, such as a digital vernier caliper manufactured by L.S. Starrett Co., an 0.0001" resolution over 6" was needed. This multiplate pattern was used

  • This work is an extension of previous studies [S. Masiuk, Power consumption measurement in a liquid vessel that is mixed using vibratory agitator, Chem. Eng. J. 75 (1999) 161–165; S. Masiuk, Mixing time for a reciprocating perforated plate agitator, Inż. Chem. Proc. 20 (1999) 601–612; S. Masiuk, Dissolution of solid body in a tubular reactor with reciprocating plate agitator, Chem. Eng. J. 83 (2001) 139–144; S. Masiuk, Heat transfer measurement in a liquid vessel that is mixed using vibratory agitator, Chem. Eng. J. 61 (1996) 107–112] carried out on the reciprocating agitator, in which additional information describing the experimental apparatus and measurements procedure may be found, as well as, dimensionless correlations predicted for agitator with a single plate. The experimental investigation are provided for the explanation of the influence on the power consumption, mixing time, mass and heat transfer of the multiplates low-frequency and high amplitude reciprocating agitators. The maximum power consumption is calculated by multiplying the maximum force acting on the shaft and maximum velocity of the agitator. A thermal-response technique is used for mixing time measurements. The mass transfer coefficient is calculated from a mass balance between a dissolution solid body and its surrounding mixing dilute solution. The heat transfer coefficient from the heating jacket wall to the continuous flow of the mixed liquids is measured by the stabilized heat flow method. The analytical dimensionless equations predicted in the present paper generalize the experimental data without the break through the all regions of flow in a relatively simple and uniform manner.

    This work is an extension of previous studies [S. Masiuk, Power consumption measurement in a liquid vessel that is mixed using vibratory agitator, Chem. Eng. J. 75 (1999) 161–165; S. Masiuk, Mixing time for a reciprocating perforated plate agitator, Inż. Chem. Proc. 20 (1999) 601–612; S. Masiuk, Dissolution of solid body in a tubular reactor with reciprocating plate agitator, Chem. Eng. J. 83 (2001) 139–144; S. Masiuk, Heat transfer measurement in a liquid vessel that is mixed using vibratory agitator, Chem. Eng. J. 61 (1996) 107–112] carried out on the reciprocating agitator, in which additional information describing the experimental apparatus and measurements procedure may be found, as well as, dimensionless correlations predicted for agitator with a single plate. The experimental investigation are provided for the explanation of the influence on the power consumption, mixing time, mass and heat transfer of the multiplates low-frequency and high amplitude reciprocating agitators. The maximum power consumption is calculated by multiplying the maximum force acting on the shaft and maximum velocity of the agitator. A thermal-response technique is used for mixing time measurements. The mass transfer coefficient is calculated from a mass balance between a dissolution solid body and its surrounding mixing dilute solution. The heat transfer coefficient from the heating jacket wall to the continuous flow of the mixed liquids is measured by the stabilized heat flow method. The analytical dimensionless equations predicted in the present paper generalize the experimental data without the break through the all regions of flow in a relatively simple and uniform manner.

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  • 06-13-2011, 03:02 PM   #29
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    I used an 11" L88 427/435 C & PP in my Chevelle. My left leg was getting to look like Arnold's. Thing I've always heard about multi disc clutch is they don't like fast shifts. IE Speed Shifting. IOWs Ronnie Sox style. Has this been improved with the newer ones?
    No direct experience, but I can't see why they'd be worse. They're smaller, much smaller, for a given torque rating, and that means less inertia/momentum in the clutch discs themselves. Which should be *better* for fast shifting.

    And they use tiny multiplate clutches in F1 cars, and they shift (ahem) very quickly.
     

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Fairburn 3D Multiplates – Caleb Fairburn

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This prospective trial evaluated if platelet reactivity to clopidogrel assessed with multiple electrode aggregometry (MEA, Multiplate®) correlates with the risk of early drug-eluting stent thrombosis (ST). With 1,608 CAD patients enrolled who were scheduled for drug eluting stent PCI, this study is among the largest ones conducted on this topic. The primary end point was definite ST at 30 days. Before PCI, all patients received 600 mg clopidogrel. Blood was obtained directly before PCI and tested with the Multiplate® ADPtest more than 2 hours after clopidogrel loading. The upper 20% of patients according to Multiplate® measurements (n = 323) were defined as clopidogrel low responders using a cut-off value of 42 U.