vertical deviation

vertical deviation

[′vərd·ə·kəl ‚dē·vē′ā·shən]
(ordnance)
In antiaircraft artillery, the distance between the target and the point of burst in the plane normal to the line of position along a line perpendicular to the lateral deviation.
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The Cadre group showed slightly higher vertical deviation at near than the Control group as time progressed.
The present study only found significant between-group differences for corneal ECD, vertical deviation, and general VF sensitivity.
Emission series under transmitter power 2W: a) from 22h 34m till 22h at 37 m, at 0[degrees] vertical deviation b) from 22h 37m till 22h 39m, at +1[degrees] vertical deviation c) from 22h 39m till 22h 43m, at +3[degrees] vertical deviation, aimed to receive the signal reflected from the adjacent rocks (~ 50 m) and the ice cap (~ 500 m).
Vertical deviation from the center indicates a too-high or too-low comb.
According to Lukoil Mid-East, the proposed depth of individual wells will be over 4,000 m, based on vertical deviation.
The linear translation error is represented by a horizontal or vertical deviation from the theoretical, or true straight line of travel.
The G500 provides course deviation, vertical deviation, heading bug, course pointer and ARINC 429 GPS roll steering information to the autopilot, as appropriate.
The G600 provides course deviation, vertical deviation, heading bug, course pointer and ARINC 429 GPS roll steering information to the autopilot, as appropriate.

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