mean profile

mean profile

[′mēn ′prō‚fīl]
(astronomy)
The waveform of a pulsar's periodic emission, averaged synchronously over several hundred pulses or more. Also known as integrated profile; pulse window.
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According to ISO 13473-1:1997 Characterisation of Pavement Texture by Use of Surface Profiles--Part 1: Determination of Mean Profile Depth irregularities of texture are classified into microtexture (texture wavelengths: < 0.
The mean profile calculated from the 24 mussel samples was notably different from the profiles determined in the snails, as exemplified by the chromatograms shown in Figure 4.
2007) applied the results of CT scans to measure the mean profile depth (MPD) of concrete field cores in accordance with ASTM E 1845 (2005).
Volkswagen's Scirocco R is firmly in the other camp, with plenty of pace to match the mean profile - it looks a bit like a squashed Golf, in a good way.
Interpretability is gained from the principal components in a graphical sense by investigating the possible effect that each component has on the geometry of the mean profile.
These norms, which have not been empirically substantiated, are more conservative in application and allow for wider deviation from the mean profile elevation score in determining high and low profile elevations.
These two methods were used to demonstrate how constructing a mean profile from several vertical profiles over the same points can reduce the uncertainty.
Made of heavy-duty nylon and zippers, the packs borrow their lean but mean profile from the functional fashions for which they're named.
During operation it collects: rutting information (depth, area, and width), cross fall, marking quality, some cracking information, height of the road shoulder, measurement speed, reference position, transverse profile, international roughness index (IRI), mean profile depth, GPS coordinates, curve radius, and longitudinal profile.
Mean profile configurations for the resulting seven-cluster solution are presented in Table 1 and illustrated in Figure 1.
Using the mean profile of data analyzed to date, the average CBM well drilled in the Illinois Basin can be expected to produce approximately 80 Mcf per day after 24 months of dewatering.

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