bar spacing

bar spacing

The center-to-center distance (perpendicular to the longitudinal axis) between parallel reinforcing bars.
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The 20 mm bar spacing was chosen based on school prawns being similar in size to those in European fisheries (Pandalus borealis) (Isaksen et al., 1992).
Geometric similarity was assumed so the selection curves scaled proportional to the bar spacing. Curves were fitted using maximum likelihood, with over-dispersion correction to allow for between-haul variability (Millar et al., 2004).
The dynamics of the condensate layer depends on the dryer bar spacing, height of the bars, condensing loads, syphon clearance, and dryer speed.
meters) and generous space for auxiliary equipment (platen daylight is 19.69" and tie bar spacing is 10-11").