line density

line density

in ultrasonography, the number of scan lines used to generate an image.
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05) differences within treatment groups (film coverage, drip line density and lower irrigation limit).
The e PCGs are available in custom designs and dimensions with a line density of 1480 to 3000 lines per millimeter and cover applications from the IR to the UV wavelength range.
Operationally, the airport uses, among other things, the data to monitor line density in real-time, which allows management to respond promptly and effectively to irregular operations and disruptions, such as opening additional lines.
Direct mass measurement systems have the distinct advantage of not needing online continuous line density measurement during the measurement interval.
The comparison of structural changes for exposed targets reveals the change in grain size, dislocation line density and micro-strain on the target surfaces.
In 1968, Kornegay proposed a transmission resonant cavity technique, which was used to measure electron line density and collision frequencies in the ionized wakes of hypervelocity projectiles [14].
Partly inspired by Arabic calligraphy and arabesques but derived from neither, Fallaha uses Arabic letters to draft unique patterns by exploring design markers like line density, line quality and pattern-making.
The drill line density covering this part of the Davidson Creek Area now stands at 100 metres by 50 metres, which is required before consideration can be given to a resource upgrade higher than an Inferred Category level.
Fixed line density has remained low, under 30% in nearly all countries of the region.
The north-south extension of assembly line density continued through 2002, the last year of Klier and McMillen's data.
There is an even better solution to using hooks and that is use a 'flexible' design jig that will give you maximum line density.