mesh size

mesh size

[′mesh ‚sīz]
(computer science)
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The screens correlate to the mesh size that defines the "type" of powder as designated by JEDEC and J-STD-005.
The selection of mesh size is dependent on the closure stress and the size of the well.
Capacity is generally dependent on mesh size of the reduced material, with coarser products produced at higher rates.
Research on two different violations of fishery law--namely illegal mesh size and light attraction fishing--gives us insights to answer this question.
In addition to providing a detailed overview of Conwed, the digital IDEA book features many real size photo samples of different netting with their specifications to help provide a visual of details like mesh size, strand count, weight, thickness and color.
ConcenTrace AC Granulated is a complex of more than 72 ionic trace minerals that has been harvested, concentrated, dehydrated and then put through a proprietary granulation process to create a 40 mesh size particle that can be conveniently used to fortify any food, beverage or supplement.
The RSPCA advise the use of wire netting with mesh size no larger than 25mm.
The mesh size is calculated by the number of openings in a square inch.
The normal, fixed-spread selectivity curve where fishing intensity is assumed to be proportional to mesh size provided the best fit to the data according to model deviance estimates and was chosen as the best model.
Li's experience in lab engineering will certainly make it happen earlier, and we will soon start to test mesh size and bulk density using our in house lab.
Cowie had also bought a net with mesh size more than 80mm and it was kept on the boat.
If we wish to farm our seas successfully we need more preserved areas, bigger net mesh size to free under-sized fish, and less pollution.