capture area

capture area

[′kap·chər ‚er·ē·ə]
(engineering acoustics)
The effective area of the receiving surface of a hydrophone, or the available power of the acoustic energy divided by its equivalent plane-wave intensity.
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These systems have features such as high level of accuracy, large performance capture area, multiple performance capture, and real-time data output which make it an ideal choice for a variety of applications.
Brean Capital analyst Todd Mitchell said Time Warner Cable is spending heavily to capture area sports teams because Los Angeles, one of its biggest markets, has faced significant competition from satellite operators such as DirecTV.
With the B75 blade the energy capture area and the turbine capacity have grown by a factor of 200 in the last 30 years.
In the spatial capture area approach, separate linear regression models were fitted for each capture area, and effect estimates were pooled using inverse-variance weights to obtain a summary estimate and 95% confidence interval.
Users simply select the capture area and click the Record button.
Though scores of Afghan and foreign troops took part in operation against Taliban in Marja launched on February 13 but observers are of the view that unless local people extend all-out support to the government and foreigners, they will not be able to capture area.
Information regarding web diameter, web position (height from the ground and location on the rice plant), capture area, capture thread length, mesh size, number of radii, number of spirals, and time required to complete a web were also collected (n = 50 each year).
At the same time, the large capture area accommodates large-diameter arrows, and the containment ring has an opening at the top for easy arrow insertion.
Built to customer requirements with a pickup range from 1-50%, depending on the application, the spray applicator features a coating capture area and recirculation outside of the belt.
16 km where it cached the mouse on top of a 2-m-high hardwood snag before returning to the capture area.
With a raw gas processing capacity of 422 million cubic feet per day and 2,500 km of gathering pipelines, the plant's extensive capture area allows it to provide energy processing services to a large number of producers.