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1-DOne Dimensional
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The older, 1-D version of the JILA clock was, until now, the world's most precise clock.
To accomplish this, 1-D GT-Power simulations were carried out to parametrically evaluate the 55% BTE engine performance, with a Volvo internal predictive combustion model implemented in GT-Power.
To develop a simplified/parametric and valid 1-d model of the CCB assembly, the various features of the CCB assembly are separated into the following 3 groups based on the physical structure of the CCB assembly: 1.
The 1-D EBG structure in Figure 2 was designed to realize wideband operation by lengthening the current path along the meandered line and reducing the fringing field between the neighboring metal patches.
The relationship between the EMG rms signal and wrist angle showed poorer correlation compared with that between the 1-D SMG signal and wrist angle.
Once concluded, these corrections showed significant improvement in color accuracy and stability when compared to traditional 1-D calibration.
In June 1997, RLD in the 1- to 7.5-cm depth of the 1-d irrigation frequency treatment ranged from 25.3 to 39.2 cm [cm.sup.-3] (Table 7).
The following sand reclamation cost-savings worksheet was prepared by the AFS Plant Engineering Committee (1-D).
Topping the list is India's INSAT 1-D communications-and-meteorology satellite, to be orbited next March by McDonnell Douglas atop one of its Delta rockets.
It is truly versatile--It reads 1-D rack barcodes, 1-D barcoded tubes and 2-D data-matrix coded tubes (In " 96-, 48- and 24-well formats) all in <1 sec.
But the 1-D model most commonly used by scientists fixes Earth's sea ice extent at one specific level through time despite periodic temperature fluctuations on the planet, said Wolf.