In all species, there was a strong correlation between the width
of the heart and the width
of the thorax and between the length of the carina and the length of the heart.
A maximum arbor width
is specified, normally between 12 and 24 inches.
The use of two sensors for width
measurement (figure 4) allows profiling over the edge of the material for optimum quality control.
In current mode detection, counting statistics appears as the RMS width
in the sample distribution, due to the fluctuation in the number of electrons produced at the photocathode of the VPD, as a result of the quasi instantaneous amount of energy deposited in the CsI crystal.
That allows for the normal width
of the primary channel containing the solids bed to remain the same after the lead change.
The direct digital, open loop scheme avoids the non-linearity caused by pulse width
timing resolution limitations of silicon technology and does not use complex delta-sigma modulation, linearizing feedback loops, DSP error-correction or predictive error-compensating circuitry.
extends across a portion of the width
of the nonwoven article.
Since the length of the shoe determines the nip width
, SNC produces longer dwell time than either hard nip or soft nip calendering, but at reduced maximum nip pressure.
An earlier model of line width
covers the limit of very small, weak defects where the magnetization is expected to behave mostly uniformly.
Based on universal standard ANSI C++, the new integer and fixed-point Algorithmic C datatypes offer the best of both worlds, allowing algorithm and system designers to specify arbitrary bit widths
while improving simulation performance by 10-200x versus other datatypes such as SystemC.
3 Table window sill with a width
of about 287 cm - 1 piece;
The DE00001 can be used with an existing Scan-A-Line width
measurement system or be configured as a stand-alone system.