balanced design

balanced design

[′bal·ənst di′zīn]
(engineering)
A winding pattern used in fabricating filament-wound reinforced plastics that renders the stresses in all the filaments equal.
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The Galaxy Note 10's edge-to-edge Cinematic Infinity Display is nearly bezel-less, while the in-display cut out for the front camera is small and centred for a balanced design. Samsung's most immersive display creates a seamless experience between thought and action, viewing and creating.
The Galaxy Note10 featured an edge-to-edge Cinematic Infinity Display that is nearly bezel-less, while the in-display cut out for the front camera is small and centered for a balanced design.
6.71 lbs., and features an extremely balanced design to ensure the best possible shooting experience.
It has a balanced design which allows you to not only keep the headphone secure in your ears even on a run but you can also easily store it and take it anywhere you go.
These concepts are effectively a first blush attempt to envision the balanced design of the not-too-distant future.
If the actual output is very close to the calculated and is stable, you can assume the screw has a balanced design. That is, the feed, melting and pumping sections are all working properly to achieve output of the metering section.
The balanced design makes the DSC sensor resistant to plant vibration, temperature shocks (>150 K/s) as well as water hammer in steam lines.
With its perfectly balanced design, the Challenger 350 aircraft offers customers a smooth ride and the opportunity to reach their chosen destination quickly and efficiently.
However, the Note 8's curved display on the sides make it seem almost bezel-less and that along with equal chin proportions make it more balanced design. Subjective Winner: Galaxy Note 8 Security The iPhone X has attracted limelight with its FaceID authentication that Apple promises to work in any light conditions.
Lots of man hours and tweaking the hull plug paid off and the 33 became their best-riding, most balanced design to date.
"Muted mid-tones, like shades of grey, caramel or soft blue, are restful yet interesting, and help create a clean and balanced design. Chalky whites also blend quietly with these colours, so you are left with a calming interior that will rejuvenate your mind after a busy day."
* Two-piece styles have a balanced design for reduced vibration