impact area


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impact area

[′im‚pakt ‚er·ē·ə]
(engineering)
An area with designated boundaries within which all objects that travel over a range are to make contact with the ground.
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99 m, and the product required by the impact area 17.
Currently, OLCC administrative rules allow only cities with more than 300,000 residents to petition to establish an alcohol impact area.
We want to continue the impact area program because we believe it has been effective when we've seen spikes in crime and disorder," Police Chief Gary J.
By the second half, those little safety men are tripping over the chalk lines on the way to the impact area, and long runs up the middle become the norm.
Currently, on a 7,000-acre zone called the Northern Impact Area, artillery gunners pound targets, planes strafe the land, and tanks fire nonexplosive slugs.
Numbers recently released by the San Francisco Redevelopment Agency show the company has awarded $30 million worth of contracts to construction companies located in the BVHP Impact Area.
On the ground, the largest claims team in the industry is ready to work with associates, agents and their staff who are spread across Alex's potential impact area.
On the other hand, the noise impact is significant and the noise impact area is not likely to disappear absent additional measures.
Similar projects, with an average cost of $40,000, are planned for 24 other Sun Valley homes within the noise impact area established by a decade-old study.
The S19L systems perfectly controlled both rockets into landings in the designated impact area.
Complete insualtion of at least 30 percent of homes in noise impact area
The face also includes a Textured Impact Zone, which enhances feel and clearly defines the optimum impact area on the insert face.