grid element

grid element

[′grid ‚el·ə·mənt]
(electricity)
A sinuous resistor used to heat a furnace, made of heavy wire, strap, or casting and suspended from refractory or stainless supports built into the furnace walls, floor, and roof.
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This section defines a new Cartesian coordinate system which will be able to reinterpret the coordinates of the transmitter and receiver, and it will facilitate the calculation process of grid element coordinates.
Even FEM programs that use arbitrary grid element sizes require an increase in the number of elements around small structures.
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00 m high bar grid elements with attached y-arms, 3-row barbed wire and inserted s-wire rolls.
At the same time there is still no comprehensive concept of the formation of structural-parametric grid elements and the organization of information and intellectual bases of increase of efficiency of management technologies based on the SG.
The effect of torsion and distortion of the box girder cross-section is converted into shear differences in the web grid, and the shear lag effect of the top and bottom slab of the box girder cross-section is expressed by different forces of different longitudinal grid elements.
The order includes a modern broadband powerline communication network through which the core grid elements are connected to an existing fibre optic network for the 66 kilovolt transformer substations in the city area.