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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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The yarn linear density or count of the samples was determined by using YG 086 Measuring Reel and AUTOSORTER system (China).
The Purkinje cell number remained almost constant up to the fourth decade after which marked decrease in linear density was noted.
The main parameters, what can be tested are linear density (mtex), length distribution, strength (g/tex), elongation (%), whiteness/yellowness degrees and impurities.
Elongation of the yarn reduces the linear density and increase the share of foreign wind parts in inner part of yarn.
On the other hand in the case of linear density profile (dotted line) no such perfect reflectivity is observed Fig.
Figure 2 shows how linear density has indeed gated tape products in the past according to media coercivity together with a projection for future systems based on published roadmaps (the data is taken from existing IBM.
An average was calculated for the shearing force of 30 straws in one group; similarly for wheat straw diameter and linear density.
To determine the warp and weft linear density (count) from denim trousers, Beesleys direct reading balance was used by following ISO 7211/4:1984.
Microfibers are usually considered to be fibers with a linear density of less than 1 dtex, although there is no universally agreed definition.
All variants were tested using a single lot of hemp hackling noil with a linear density of 4.
PRML: Higher Efficiency Data Coding The extremely high-bit densities of second-generation super drives (a linear density of 193,000 bpi in the case of SDLT 320 and 7.

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