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vertical interval

vertical interval
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An example of VNAV takeoff and climb profile.
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VNAV descent information from FAF (final approach fix) to the runway with threshold crossing height of 50'.
The vertical distance between successive contour lines on a topographical chart. It is constant for each series of charts. Its value is indicated at the bottom of the chart. Charts normally do not show contours below a certain height—on a topographical chart of 1:500,000, no contours are shown for heights below 500 ft.
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Sublevels will be established at 18-m vertical intervals, with primary cross cuts spaced approximately 200 m apart to access the 16 mineralized veins in the deposit.
The basic espalier form, which mimics the cordon system for cultivation of grapes, simply requires you to fasten horizontal lengths of baling wire at 14-inch vertical intervals up the wall or fence against which your fruit tree will grow.
X-ray intensity can be adjusted at vertical intervals to provide g reater strength at the top and bottom of a jar or bottle where the glass is thicker.
Sub levels were initially developed at 20 m intervals, with drawpoints situated within main footwall extraction haulage levels at 80 m vertical intervals.
The original access to the ore is via horizontal adits and drifts driven parallel to the strike of the reef at varying vertical intervals.

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