The reproduction of a part which has been removed or destroyed; re-formation; -- a process especially characteristic of a many of the lower animals; as, the regeneration of lost feelers, limbs, and claws by spiders and crabs.
The reproduction or renewal of tissues, cells, etc., which have been used up and destroyed by the ordinary processes of life; as, the continual regeneration of the epithelial cells of the body, or the regeneration of the contractile substance of muscle.
Renewal of a forest by either natural or artificial means.
Eucalypt forest that has been logged and regenerated, generally since 1960, using deliberate site preparation and seeding techniques. The year of sowing is documented and the age of trees may be determined.
the process of returning a column to its original ionic form after use. Regeneration is carried out by eluting the column with a concentrated solution of the desired ion.
The displacement from the ion exchange resin of the ions removed from the process water. In the water softening process, when most of the sodium ions have been replaced by hardness ions, the resin is exhausted and must be regenerated. Regeneration is achieved by passing a concentrated NaCl solution through the resin tanks, replacing the hardness ions with sodium ions. The regeneration process can be repeated indefinitely without damage to the resin provided the incoming water has been properly filtered and by following the correct procedure.
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That part of the operating cycle of a water softener in which a sodium chloride solution is rinsed through the cation exchange bed to remove hardness ions and prepare it for a service run.
The entering into a new spiritual life; the act of becoming, or of being made, Christian; that change by which holy affectations and purposes are substituted for the opposite motives in the heart.
the new birth engendered by the Holy Spirit vhenever a sinner repents of sin toward God and commits himself/herself in faith to Jesus as Savior and Lord.
The impartation of spiritual life by divine grace
The meaning of this term is to be born again, to have a new life. The new life is spiritual, not physical, and is a work of the Holy Spirit. See John 3:3. (DTC)
Process of receiving distorted signal pulses and from them recreating new pulses at the correct repetition rate, pulse amplitude and pulse width.
The process of improving disadvantaged areas.
The process of desiccants being regenerated by water being driven off the desiccant. Hot air or gas passes through the desiccant bed, heating it. As a result, the partial pressure of the water vapor becomes higher than that in the regenerating air. Water is therefore released from the desiccant and carried away with the air stream (purge air) until a new state of equilibrium is reached. ( 099)
The process of amplifying a digital signal when it has travelled a certain distance from its source in order to maintain signal clarity.
Manipulation of cells to cause them to develop into whole plants.
Process of triggering the formation of whole plants from cells removed from the plant and grown in the laboratory under controlled growth conditions. One of the steps involved in the process of demonstrating totipotency.
Re-establishment of native plants in areas from which they have been removed.
In plant cultures, a morphogenetic response to a stimulus that results in the production of organs, embryos or whole plants.
Action which leads to the solving of urban problems in areas, which have undergone decline. This action aims to achieve a lasting improvement in the physical, economic, social and environmental nature of an area.
Reviving the economic, social and environmental prosperity of a community, which is experiencing economic and social problems such as poverty, high unemployment, poor housing and poor health.
Upgrading an area through social, physical and economic improvements.
Regeneration is the physical, economic and social revival of urban or rural places.
The process for providing an internal positive feedback within an electronic system for increasing signal amplitudes. Excessive regeneration produces oscillation and, hence, signal generation.
In audio, regeneration is another word for feedback; when something regenerates it continues or sustains itself as an oscillation. When an electronics engineer designs an oscillator, he takes the output of a gain stage and feeds it back into the input through a tank circuit (an RC, resistor and capacitor or an LC, inductor and capacitor combination); when the circuit is turned on, it begins to regenerate or oscillate at a specific frequency determined by the value of the RC or LC combination. When the output of a loudspeaker in a sound reinforcement system is able to get back into a microphone or sound system input, at some level and resonant frequency, the system is going to go into regeneration or feedback oscillation (squeal).
feedback in phase with (augmenting) the input
refers to the electrical energy returned to the drive when a motor acts like a generator as it is slowed mechanically.
The action during motor braking, in which the motor acts as a generator and takes kinetic energy from the load, converts it to electrical energy, and returns it to the amplifier.
Usually refers to a circuit in a drive amplifier that accepts and drains energy produced by a rotating motor either during deceleration or free-wheel shutdown.
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Regeneration is an album by Roy Orbison released in 1977 that marked the return to Monument Records where Orbison had launched his greatest successes more than fifteen years earlier. However, it would be a one-time only rekindling of the business relationship.
Regeneration is the seventh studio album by The Divine Comedy - and their first for Parlophone/EMI - on March 12, 2001. Three singles were released from the album: "Love What You Do", "Bad Ambassador" and "Perfect Lovesong", the latter failing to make top 40.