SDCM

AcronymDefinition
SDCMStandard Deviation of Color Matching
SDCMSystem Design Conceptual Model (telecommunications system design)
SDCMMaster Chief Steward (Naval Rating)
SDCMSerial Data Converter Module
SDCMSoftware Deployment and Configuration Management (Kwatee)
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Results obtained with the SDCM confirm that crankshafts experience complex stress patterns and that torsional vibration interacts with bending of the crankshaft under load on some units which have experienced failures.
It embodies technologies which the next generation of SDCM could use.
To the extent high, cycle-to-cycle, variation results from the unbalanced condition, the high excursions will involve high temperatures, more overload, higher emissions, and as discussed with reference to the SDCM, may contribute to crankshaft damage rate.
The project will investigate not only the influence of balancing methods on measures of performance such as fuel flow, but will also seek to investigate the influence of engine unbalance on the cycle-to-cycle variation of load on the crankshaft as measured by the SDCM.
First, SDCM adopts the Old Song style which is unified, widely established, and used in printing.
Second, 11,100 characters have been coded with SDCM, and no two characters share the same code.
Third, SDCM is the first method of coding based on the shape of characters.
Finally, with SDCM, one can code characters quickly.
For instance, they argue that the Pinyin System requires an average of three keystrokes to input the Pinyin of a character, but SDCM always needs six keystrokes per character, thus the input speed for Pinyin to SDCM is 1:2.
We're very pleased to welcome Tim Nabors to the growing SDCM team," said Pete Walsh, Managing Partner and founder of SDCM.
SDCM was formed in February 2007 by a team of senior dealmakers from BMO Capital Markets.
I am confident that the SDCM platform will create value for issuers and investors in structured credit.