double step

double step

A double notch cut into a tie beam which supports a rafter in a timber framing system.
References in classic literature ?
By night and by day I hear a double step upon my trail.
The boat also features a double step, which no doubt contributes to top end speeds.
Saint-Saens' Pas Redouble is a double step march--more of a run than a military prance.
An attempted double step over near halfway sounded the alarm bells - it ended just the way you'd expect - but it was swiftly followed by worse.
The proposed UWB BPF is composed of coupled double step impedance resonator and open loop defected ground structure as a BPF, and the conventional DGS part as a BPF.
It wasn't until he arrived back at the camp on his second card that the double step of Keith Ellis's caught him for his only other mark of the day.
Some delegations that voted positively, such as the Germans or the French, nevertheless underlined that this double step was a bad idea because it risked creating "genuine disappointment" for those promoting initiatives that have been registered but are then considered non-eligible at a certain stage.
Before controller was connected into to the process F1, the open-loop identification from double step response is realized between 0-80 s in the Fig.
The S 3000DPL double step is a compact automatic tray sealer, which has been developed for in-line production.
If it would be combined with Newton method with double step it gives improving that numerical results show.
For Peacock, however, it will be a double step up and Smith is confident his new recruit has the ability to make it having watched him train with his squad since they returned for pre-season a couple of weeks ago.