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linear density

[′lin·ē·ər ′den·səd·ē]
(physics)
The quantity of anything distributed along a line per unit length of line.
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As one important morphological characteristic of forage, linear density was positively related to shearing force as shown in Table 3, p value was lower than 0.
01), except shearing force and linear density with days which had a negative correlation (r = -0.
The fiber linear density before splitting is 2 decitex (dtex).
An average was calculated for shearing forces of 10 plants in one group; similarly for stem diameter and stem linear density.
As shown in Figure 3, 4 and Table 1, there were also significant correlations between shearing force and moisture content when shearing force was standardized for morphological characteristics such as stem diameter or stem linear density.
Changes were noted in the linear density and length of the fibres and in the structure of the elementary fibre bundles.
Table 5 shows the linear density and type of data encoding utilized (which also has an effect on density).
The 146 billion bits per square inch of data were written with a linear density of 772,000 bits per inch along the concentric tracks packed at a density of 189,000 per radial inch.
The demonstration parameters were: Linear density of 511 KBPI, Track density of 70.
Linear densities of 372,000 bits-per-inch, which is the highest linear density reported in any recording demonstration, and track densities of over 30,000 tracks-per-inch were achieved with an on-track error rate better than one part in a billion.
In the 5-gigabit demonstration, bits were stored at a linear density of 240,000 bits per inch along concentric tracks packed at 21,000 per radial inch.
In the 3-gigabit demonstration, bits were stored at a linear density of 180,000 bits per inch along concentric tracks packed at 16,500 per radial inch.

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