linear meter

linear meter

[′lin·ē·ər ′mēd·ər]
(engineering)
A meter in which the deflection of the pointer is proportional to the quantity measured.
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Offered in either 100 or 200 linear meter rolls, the LG High Gloss Finish roll is 57 in.
The Gemini systems set new productivity standards for ashing by achieving throughput of nearly 100 wafers per linear meter of cleanroom frontage, more than 50% above the closest competitor.
Irrigation networks with a length of 126,800 linear meters will be also repaired with an expenditure of 7.
Assuming a total of 1,000 linear meters of bridges would have to be built with the project, add another P500 million to the project cost-for a total cost of P1.
As far as the technical specifications of the project are concerned, the municipality noted: "The project would serve the existing rainwater drainage network in island of Abu Dhabi, which comprises 42,732 drainage slots, and 9,411 collection slots, 7,782 inspection points, 25 pumping stations, 1,655,006 linear meters of surface drainage lines, and 42,461 linear meters of sub-surface drainage lines.
The 7,296 linear meters of brand new steel rails wil be received by June 2015 which will be used for further rail replacement works, DOTC said.
The length of the bridge and its approaches will be about 800 linear meters, while the bridge itself will be 325 linear meters long," Russian Transport Ministry said.
This involves laying 25,000 linear meters of cables, and 20,000 linear meters of fossil voltage cables at a total value of SR5 million.
MS LaRio with high resolution speed 35 linear meters / minute and maximum speed 75 linear meters/minute.
6 linear feet/27 linear meters in five-color mode (full process color plus white) and at 147.
Part of the proceeds will pay for construction of approximately 685 linear meters of roads, associated drainage systems, a water reticulation system, a water tank, and electrical mains installation at Cresslands Phase II.
The 12,000 square meter line--which is expected to be onstream at the end of 2000--will have a capacity of 80 linear meters per minute.