in bladder cancer, the amount of time a treatment agent is held within the bladder before being expelled.
Refers to the momentary time interval during which a detector is able to, or allowed to, sense incoming electromagnetic radiation within its intended instantaneous field of view.
In peritoneal dialysis the amount of time a bag of dialysis solution remains in the patient's abdominal cavity during an exchange.
The length of time a switcher will hold a camera before moving onto the next camera in the sequence.
As used in this text, dwell time is the time that a rack of printed wiring boards resides in a process bath or rinse tank.
the amount of time that the transducer is actively transmitting ultrasound while staying in one place during part of an examination.
The time a multiplexer or DVR stays on an individual camera before moving onto the next one in the sequence is known as dwell time.
In a FHSS systems this is the amount of time (dwell) a device is allowed to spend transmitting on any one of the frequencies.
The total elapsed time from the time that a train stops in a station until the time it resumes moving
The amount of time a customer/user spends in time waiting in line. For a library user this is a price expended.
Dwell time: The length of time that the thermal spray material is exposed to the heat source within the thermal spray process which thereby produces and maintains a molten condition.
A feature on switchers that determines how long each camera is held before switching to the next camera.
The period of time in which a cleaning agent is in contact with a soiled surface and is left undisturbed to penetrate, loosen, dissolve, and emulsify the soil. Dwell time is typically factored into the application of the more highly concentrated, active cleaning agents such as pre-soaks or tire/engine cleaners.
1. Time of immersion of a dipping former in latex Time that a dipping former is stationary in latex.
the length of time that a mobile logistics asset sits idle after usage prior to relocation.
The duration of the exposure time between finishing components in a dry mount press.
Length of time dialysis solution stays in the peritoneal cavity during peritoneal dialysis.
The amount of time a [cleaning] solution is allowed to sit on the surface being cleaned (so as to allow the chemical time to 'work') before scrubbing.
The time usually expression in seconds at a given temperature required for the application of hat to seal a heat sealing membrane.
The length of time a switcher displays one camera before sequencing to the next. Usually a variable setting.
It is expressed in term of no. of day that a container changed from one status to another e.g. from under inbound load (UIL) to empty available (MTA) to under outbound load (UOL). The shorter the dwell time, the more efficient the container utilization will be.
The amount of time the foil and die are in contact with the substrate.
802.11 FH networks hop from channel to channel. The amount of time spent on each channel in the hopping sequence is called the dwell time
The length of time peritoneal dialysis patients keep fresh dialysate in the abdomen. After the dwell time is over, used dialysate is replaced with fresh dialysate either by the patient (using CAPD) or by a cycler machine ( CCPD).
The time during which a bag being sealed is exposed to heat and pressure [See Critical Sealing Parameters]. With the exception of our VALIDATABLE MEDICAL JAW SEALERS, dwell time on an INTERMITTENT JAW SEALER, is typically the total time that the jaw is closed. On continuous motion sealers, the Dwell Time is the amount of time that the bag is exposed to the heating and compression sections of the sealer - usually measured by the linear speed of the machine.- -  - Call 1-800-785-6785 or E-mail us for additional detail
The period of time wherein penetrant or developer is in contact with the surface of the part. Drain time is considered to be a portion of the dwell time. Synonymous with penetration time or emulsifier time.(Course Material/PenetrantTest/MethodsTech/application.htm)
The scheduled time a vehicle or train is allowed to discharge and take on passengers at a stop, including opening and closing doors.
is a feature in a switcher. It is the time period a picture from a given surveillance camera remains on the monitor before being replaced by a picture from the next surveillance camera. Switchers may have fixed or programmable dwell times. EIA: is a scanning method specified by the Electrical Industry Association. RS-170 is the standard for monochrome and RS-170A is the standard for color.
The length of time a switcher holds on a camera before moving on to the next in sequence.
The time in which a penetrant or developer is in contact with the surface of the part. Drain time is considered to be part of the dwell time.
The amount of time that a blasting nozzle remains fixed upon a particular area. Extended dwell times may cause excessive heat generation and damage the product.
The length of time that the detector is allowed to observe the same location to create its radiation signal. Normally the longer the dwell time allowed, the less noisy and more sensitive the detector will be.