corsa del registratore

English translation: trace

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Italian term or phrase:corsa del registratore
English translation:trace
Entered by: esoft

13:42 Apr 30, 2005
Italian to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Chemistry; Chem Sci/Eng / pigment preparation, extrusion, spinning, film
Italian term or phrase: corsa del registratore
Il fondo scala di 1 V coincide con 175 bar; la corsa del registratore è di 250 mm. Testing dispersion of pigment preparation for extrusion -lots of "corsa" in Kudoz, but I don't think there's one that fits this - apologies in advance if it was there all the time, I did look carefully! Thanks SUE
kringle
Local time: 15:30
curve length?
Explanation:
since it is measured in mm, could it be "length of curve"? - I am thinking to an output displayed as a curve, you know like in testing of chemicals...


response time /duration - if it refers to the time it takes, but I exclude this possibility because it would require also time dimension...


the link below may provide more clues

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Note added at 1 hr 21 mins (2005-04-30 15:04:44 GMT)
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it just hit me, I think it could be \"sequence\".....

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Note added at 1 hr 24 mins (2005-04-30 15:07:41 GMT)
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in the sense of \"tract\"

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Note added at 1 hr 28 mins (2005-04-30 15:11:44 GMT)
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or it could simply be \"run\" - it is widely used...
also see this link on chromatography - http://www.spectra-chrom.com/fraction.htm
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esoft
Canada
Local time: 09:30
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Thanks so much for all your mental workings and additions - had a look at all of them and plumped for trace. SUE
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curve length?


Explanation:
since it is measured in mm, could it be "length of curve"? - I am thinking to an output displayed as a curve, you know like in testing of chemicals...


response time /duration - if it refers to the time it takes, but I exclude this possibility because it would require also time dimension...


the link below may provide more clues

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Note added at 1 hr 21 mins (2005-04-30 15:04:44 GMT)
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it just hit me, I think it could be \"sequence\".....

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Note added at 1 hr 24 mins (2005-04-30 15:07:41 GMT)
--------------------------------------------------

in the sense of \"tract\"

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Note added at 1 hr 28 mins (2005-04-30 15:11:44 GMT)
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or it could simply be \"run\" - it is widely used...
also see this link on chromatography - http://www.spectra-chrom.com/fraction.htm


    Reference: http://www.reagecon.com/htm/p-met-pb-knick765.htm
esoft
Canada
Local time: 09:30
Native speaker of: Native in ItalianItalian, Native in EnglishEnglish
PRO pts in category: 4
Grading comment
Thanks so much for all your mental workings and additions - had a look at all of them and plumped for trace. SUE
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