minimum distance


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minimum distance

[′min·ə·məm ′dis·təns]
(navigation)
The shortest distance at which a navigational instrument or system will function satisfactorily.
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The champion hurdler, who bounced back to winning ways in in the Hatton's Grace Hurdle over two and a half miles, will revert back to the minimum distance.
A normal punt at the college level must travel a minimum distance of 45 yards with 4.
7 mg/kg in control soils (collected at a minimum distance of 5 m from the decks).
In a move designed to increase the number of toxic waste containment facilities and facilitate their construction, a new minimum distance required between hazardous waste disposal sites and population centers was established in law on January 3.
New EDA features include cross-probing between layouts and schematics; searching, zooming and highlighting of components and nets; querying for entity properties and attributes; generating and exporting BOMs and reports; snap to pins, vias, symbol origins and geometry measurement; and minimum distance measurement between selected components or nets.
For instance, forces may be derived from the ratio of the current distance between objects to the desired minimum distance that is required to visually separate two objects.
One hot issue was Atlanta's efforts to require a minimum distance between streams and construction projects.
minimum distance between magnets or between a magnet and the hopper wall.
The authority has proposed that the Airworthiness Notice 64 (AN64) - which sets the standard for seat spacing on UK aircraft - includes a set minimum distance of almost 20 inches between the arm rests.
Other measures will include the constant trimming of vegetation within a minimum distance of the perimeter and the establishment of necessary additional watchtowers.
However, decisions on details, such as the minimum distance between an organic farm and other farms to prevent airborne agrochemicals from arriving, is left to the third parties without a uniform standard, the Kyodo survey found.

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