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discharge meaning: 1. to allow someone officially to leave somewhere, especially a hospital or a law court: 2. to. Learn more. Both discharges are usually used for less serious offenses like theft under $5,, possession of small amounts of marijuana, and other mostly non-violent crimes.
This chapter reviews the two literatures that inform this study. The first addresses the safety challenge of hospital discharge, elaborating this as a problem of co-ordination and collaboration among various health and social care agencies. Attention is given to major policy changes and interventions aimed at enhancing discharge, as well as research evidence on clinical risk and patient : Justin Waring, Fiona Marshall, Simon Bishop, Opinder Sahota, Marion Walker, Graeme Currie, Rebecca F. He was discharged from the RAF last August. 2 HUMAN RESOURCES [transitive] to remove someone from their job In December, the airline discharged 49 employees and said it might need to make further cuts. 3 discharge a duty/responsibility/function etc formal to do properly everything that is part of a particular duty etc The committee said that.
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Rajendran A., Thirumurthy, Meena K.P. () Pattern Recognition of Partial Discharges on Power Cable Systems. In: Németh B.
(eds) Proceedings of the 21st International Symposium on High Voltage Engineering. ISH Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering, vol Springer, Cham. First Online 28 November Author: Arunjothi Rajendran, Thirumurthy, K.
Meena. Abstract: For a long time, classification of partial discharges was performed by eye, by studying discharge patterns at the ellipse of an oscilloscope screen. The introduction of digital processing techniques allowed automation of the recognition procedure.
These procedures are reported and applied to a number of actual HV constructions which suffer from partial by: 'The Hello Girls' Chronicles The Women Who Fought For America — And For Recognition A book published today, the th anniversary of America's.
Discharge definition: When someone is discharged from hospital, prison, or one of the armed services, they | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.
automatic detection and recognition of discharges occurring in oil-paper insulation (Sikorski et al., a). Efficiency improvement of PDs’ detection and identification process can be achieved by.
Define discharged. discharged synonyms, discharged pronunciation, discharged translation, English dictionary definition of discharged.
discharged, discharging, discharges v. To clear the record of the loan of (a returned library book). To relieve (a ship, for example) of a burden or of contents; unload. Discharge definition is - to relieve of a charge, load, or burden. How to use discharge in a sentence.
Synonym Discussion of discharge. Define discharge. discharge synonyms, discharge pronunciation, discharge translation, English dictionary definition of discharge. (a returned library book).
To relieve (a ship, for example) of a burden or of contents; unload. then, certainly, the electric discharges from the wireless station four hundred feet away could produce.
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RECOGNITION OF LEVEES IN THE NATIONAL FLOOD INSURANCE PROGRAM Prior to developing design criteria, one very basic issue had to be addressed by the committee: what levees, if any, should be recognized for purposes of modifying NFIP requirements currently applied to the area protected or to be protected by the levee.
Meaning of discharge in English: discharge. Translate discharge into Spanish. verb ‘The honour is being conferred in recognition of Michaels achieving high office and the exemplary discharge of his responsibilities there.’ sent to the company in discharge of book debts due to it, for the credit of the company's current account.’.
The study of partial discharges is not an academic pursuit. It is driven by a very practical desire, a desire to understand a phenomenon which can be utilised to infer the level of integrity within the insulation systems of high voltage plant and which, in itself, constitutes a serious stress degradation mechanism.
The role of partial discharge studies remains twofold: to enable the Cited by: 2. Discharged definition, to relieve of a charge or load; unload: to discharge a ship.
See more. This paper introduces an improved method for classifying Partial Discharge (PD) patterns using Ensemble Neural Network (ENN) learning. The method is based on training several Neural Network (NN) models and combining their predictions.
In this paper it is applied to the recognition of PD from artificially created poly-ethylene-terephthalate (PET) voids and in particular the ability of the ENN.
For example, if there are 30 total delinquent records and the average number of discharges for a day period is 45 then the delinquent record rate is 67%. An on-going quality improvement process should be used to monitor the types of deficiencies in discharge records and the reasons for records to become delinquent, identify the causes for.
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To discharge is to fire a gun or an employee, or to set someone free from a hospital or jail. You'd probably like being discharged from jail, but not from your job, unless you really hate it. [transitive] discharge something if part of the body discharges something, a liquid such as pus comes out of it.
The wound started discharging pus. force/power [transitive, intransitive] discharge (something) (specialist) to release force or power. Lightning is caused by clouds discharging electricity. surface book battery drain while shut down Split from this thread.
I have been noticing that when I shutdown my surface book, when I power it on the next day the battery has drained some. If I leave it off for a couple of days it will drain down from % to around 85% or lower.
I disabled fast startup and then just decided to disable.Military discharge in the United States Discharge or separation should not be confused with retirement; career U.S. military members who retire are not separated or discharged; rather, they enter the retired reserve and may be subject to recall to active duty.The mechanisms underlying the recognition of vowels and consonants are also described, along with the physical parameters of the speech wave which signal the prosody of an utterance, the effects of distortions in the speech wave on speech perception, and tools used in automatic speech recognition.
The book concludes with an evaluation of models.