Proof mass

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A proof mass or test mass is a known quantity of mass used in a measuring instrument as a reference for the measurement of an unknown quantity. A mass used to calibrate a weighing scale is sometimes called a calibration mass or calibration weight. A proof mass that deforms a spring in an accelerometer is sometimes called the seismic mass. In a convective accelerometer, a fluid proof mass may be employed. Calibration, checking or adjustment by comparison with a standard. Control variable, the experimental element that is constant and unchanged throughout the course of a scientific investigation.

Abdominal obesity

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In the cohort of 15,000 people participating in the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES III), waist circumference explained obesity-related health risk better than the body mass index (or BMI) when metabolic syndrome was taken as an outcome measure and this difference was statistically significant. In other words, excessive waist circumference appears to be more of a risk factor for metabolic syndrome than BMI.

Obesity and walking

Bioelectrical impedance analysis – a method to measure body fat percentage. Blubber – an extra thick form of adipose tissue found in some marine mammals. Body fat percentage. Cellulite. Human fat used as pharmaceutical in traditional medicine. Obesity. Starvation. Steatosis (also called fatty change, fatty degeneration or adipose degeneration). Stem cells. Subcutaneous fat. Bariatrics. Classification of obesity. Classification of childhood obesity. EPODE International Network. World Fit. Social stigma of obesity.

Vacuum filler

Vacuum Filling
The portion weight must be determined in the control system via the portion volume parameter with the aid of scales. Vacuum fillers are primarily used in the food trade and in the food industry. Special criteria apply to the design of machines in the food sector due to specific hygiene standards and hygiene regulations. This includes, for example, ensuring that they are easy to dismantle, have level surfaces and seals that can be rinsed from the rear, no dead spaces, ergonomic shapes, a small range of parts and detectable materials/materials suitable for food use.

Jon Brower Minnoch

At the time of his death, he weighed 798 lb with a Body Mass Index of 105.3. *Obesity


Electrochemical equivalent. Electrolysis. Electrochemistry. Electrolytic cell. Electrochemical cell.

Penilaian Menengah Rendah

PMRForm 3. 7 subjects for non-Muslim students and 8 subjects for Muslim studentsLower Certificate of Education
Scale drawings. Graphs of functions. Trigonometry. Chemistry. Matter and materials science. Chemical and physical properties. The phases of matter and the changes it undergoes. The variety of resources on earth. Chemical elements, compounds and mixtures. Electrochemistry. Testing for results of biological processes. The composition of air. Combustion. Water and solution. Acids and bases. Silicon compounds and calcium compounds. Reactions of metals with non-metals. Pollution and steps to combat pollution. Manufactured substances in industries. Chemicals for consumers. Biology. Cellular biology. Unicellular and multicellular organisms. Adaptation of life to the environment.


Today, the measuring instrument can be a set of digital scales with an accuracy greater than 0.1 g, though in the past it was a steelyard balance with the measuring cylinder hooking directly onto the scales. * How to Measure Test Weight of Grain - YouTube Bulk Density (kg/hL)= Mass of Grain Captured (in kg) /Volume of measuring container (in L) x 100. The measuring container will usually be 1L or 0.5L to make the calculations easy.

Classification of childhood weight

Bioelectrical impedance analysis – a method to measure body fat percentage. Body fat percentage. Cellulite. Human fat used as pharmaceutical in traditional medicine. Starvation. Steatosis (also called fatty change, fatty degeneration or adipose degeneration). Subcutaneous fat.


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Techniques used in bariatrics include bioelectrical impedance analysis, a method to measure body fat percentage. he:ניתוח בריאטרי Food addiction. Overeaters Anonymous. Obesity, Childhood obesity. Classification of obesity, Classification of childhood obesity. Epidemiology of obesity, Epidemiology of childhood obesity. Obesity and walking. Social stigma of obesity. Body fat percentage. Selfish brain theory. Steatosis (also called fatty change, fatty degeneration, or adipose degeneration). Subcutaneous fat. Adiposopathy. VIDEO: How Bariatrics Has Changed Our Understanding of Type II Diabetes Daniel McKenna speaks at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health, 2008.

Body shape

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This is measured using Body Mass IndexBMI or waist circumference. Depending on the BMI, a body may be referred to as slim, overweight, or obese. Dieting, in conjunction with exercise, may be used to bring and keep the BMI within a healthy or desired range. The fats and carbohydrates in food constitute the majority of energy used by the body. They are measured cumulatively in the USA and many other places in calories and in kilojoules in some other parts of the world. Body shape has effects on body posture and gait, and has a major role in physical attraction.

Emi Suzuki

In 2002, Suzuki began appearing in designer brands' private collections maintaining strict requirements regarding the body fat percentage (BFP) standard. She was also cast in the music video for Ketsumeishi's 2005 mega-hit song Sakura. Suzuki had decided to retire from modeling and settled back to Kyoto, but her agency and the publisher Shueisha co-started a new magazine, Pinky; she terminated her contract with Seventeen in 2006. Suzuki became a frequent model with Pinky. To date, all of Suzuki's covers with the magazine have been with her solely, except for one notable exception in a November 2007 issue. Suzuki was featured on the first issue of the magazine.

European units of measurement directives

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The directive catalogued the units of measure that were permitted for measuring instruments (for instance scales), measurements and indications of quantity expressed in units for economic, public health, public safety and administrative purposes. The catalogue was consistent with the SI standard. The directive explicitly proscribed a number of mainly CGS units of measure that were not to be used after 31 December 1977.

Female body shape

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Body fat is distributed predominantly in the abdomen, buttocks, chest, and face. This overall fat distribution creates the typical ruler (straight) shape. Inverted triangle: Athletic shaped women have broad(er) shoulders compared with their (narrower) hips. The legs and thighs tend to be slim, while the chest looks larger compared with the rest of the body. Fat is mainly distributed in the chest and face. Spoon: The hip measurement is greater than the bust measurement. The distribution of fat varies, with fat tending to deposit first in the buttocks, hips, and thighs. As body fat percentage increases, an increasing proportion of body fat is distributed around the waist and upper abdomen.

Tracheal intubation

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The differences, which are quite significant in infants, gradually disappear as the human body approaches a mature age and body mass index. For infants and young children, orotracheal intubation is easier than the nasotracheal route. Nasotracheal intubation carries a risk of dislodgement of adenoids and nasal bleeding. Despite the greater difficulty, nasotracheal intubation route is preferable to orotracheal intubation in children undergoing intensive care and requiring prolonged intubation because this route allows a more secure fixation of the tube. As with adults, there are a number of devices specially designed for assistance with difficult tracheal intubation in children.

Outline of nutrition

Body fat percentage. Body mass index (BMI). branched chain amino acids (BCAA). Breakfast. Calorie. Calorie restriction. Carbohydrate. Simple carbohydrate. Complex carbohydrate. Carcinogen. Cholesterol. Chronic toxicity. Codex Alimentarius. Cognitive enhancer. Complex carbohydrate. Compulsive overeaters. Daily value (DV). Dairy product. Danger zone. Deficiency disease. Deep frying. Detoxification. Diabetes. Diet. Dietary fiber. Dietary mineral. Dietary supplement. Dietetics. Dieting. Diet food. Dietitian. Healthy diet. Digestion. Digestive system. Digestive tract. Dinner. Dose. Drug. Eating disorders. ECA stack. Empty calorie. Energy drink. Enzymes. Ergogenic aids. Essential.

List of British innovations and discoveries

British inventionsInnovation in Britain
The first electrical measuring instrument, the electroscope – William Gilbert. Rectilinear Slide rule – William Oughtred. Devised a standard for screw threads leading to its widespread acceptance – Joseph Whitworth. The Wimshurst machine is an Electrostatic generator for producing high voltages – James Wimshurst. Hot bulb engine or heavy oil engine – Herbert Akroyd Stuart. Hydraulic crane – William George Armstrong. Vacuum diode also known as a vacuum tube – John Ambrose Fleming. Linear motor is a multi-phase alternating current (AC) electric motor – Charles Wheatstone then improved by Eric Laithwaite. Lynch Motor – Cedric Lynch.

List of MeSH codes (E01)

. --- body fat distribution. --- adiposity. --- body mass index. --- body size. --- body height. --- body weight. --- birth weight. --- fetal weight. --- overweight. --- obesity. --- obesity, morbid. --- thinness. --- body surface area. --- crown-rump length. --- organ size. --- skinfold thickness. --- waist-hip ratio. --- somatotypes. --- body temperature. --- facial expression. --- facies. --- gait. --- hand strength. --- neurologic examination. --- reflex. --- reflex, abdominal. --- reflex, abnormal. --- reflex, babinski. --- reflex, acoustic. --- reflex, pupillary. --- reflex, stretch. --- startle reaction. --- palpation. --- digital rectal examination. --- percussion. --- pigmentation. -

Fat Head

Naughton also questions the use of the body mass index to calculate whether someone is overweight, pointing out that according to the BMI, he himself is considered obese. However, according to the BMI chart for men, at 5'11, 206.5 lbs, Naughton is merely considered overweight; which challenges one of the main premises behind the film that he is considered obese but appears not to be. Naughton's physician tells him that he is obese based on his body fat percentage, which may have led to this confusion.

Quartz crystal microbalance

Weighing scale. Piezoelectricity. Thin-film thickness monitor. QCM-D. Tapered element oscillating microbalance. Basics of a Quartz Crystal Microbalance. Quartz Crystal Microbalance with Dissipation monitoring.

List of Italian inventions

Violin, four stringed, the name of the inventor is unknown, but the instrument appeared in renaissance Italy. Watermark This medieval innovation was first introduced in Fabriano, Italy, in 1282. Welfare The earliest form of welfare was the lex frumentaria instituted by the tribune Gaius Gracchus dating back to 122 B.C., a law that ordered Rome’s government to supply its citizens with allotments of cheaply priced grain. Galileo Hydrostatic Weighing Scale it is a weight measuring device that uses hydraulic counterforce of a liquid, usually water or oil, to determine weight of an object under Archimedes' principle. Nowadays is mainly used in hydraulic types of weighbridges.


Relative Fat Mass - a health measure related to Body mass index and Body fat percentage.

List of Fitbit products

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In April 2012, Fitbit released a weighing scale called the Fitbit Aria. It recognizes users and measures weight, body mass index (BMI) and percentage of body fat of the user. It can keep track of eight individual users and updates information to automatically via Wi-Fi network. The information is also updated to smartphone apps. * – Official website an altimeter that measures elevation gain in terms of floors, with one floor roughly equivalent to ten feet. a digital clock visible on the device's display. a stopwatch that can be used to time activities. randomized "Chatter" messages show when the Ultra is moved after sitting idle for a while. new colors.

Instrument error

Instrument error refers to the combined accuracy and precision of a measuring instrument, or the difference between the actual value and the value indicated by the instrument (error). Measuring instruments are usually calibrated on some regular frequency against a standard. The most rigorous standard is one maintained by a standards organization such as NIST in the United States, or the ISO in European countries. However, in physics—precision, accuracy, and error are computed based upon the instrument and the measurement data. Precision is to 1/2 of the granularity of the instrument's measurement capability.