base plate


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base plate

[′bās ‚plāt]
(design engineering)
The part of a theodolite which carries the lower ends of the three foot screws and attaches the theodolite to the tripod for surveying.
(engineering)
A metal plate that provides support or a foundation.
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where [E.sub.1], [E.sub.2], [a.sub.1], and [[sigma].sub.2] are the complex Young's modulus and the Poisson's ratio of the base plate and damping layer, respectively.
As an example, early Sauer-made P-220 or P-230 magazines used the tip of the magazine spring to secure the base plate on the magazine body.
It is important to note that the holes cut into the mesh fabric make it a requirement that all barnacles must be [greater than or equal to]5 mm in base plate diameter to be properly immobilized to the coating surfaces.
The [k.sub.[beta]] of the whole base plate and micro column are 0.276 and 0.413, respectively, calculated from the diffraction intensities shown in Fig.
The company said it has now fixed the track and replaced broken base plates along the route using foot patrols.
For asphalt applications, the SFP2200A, SFP3000A, SFP4000A and SFA3500 compactors incorporate a water system that distributes a coat of water over the entire base plate to prevent surface sticking.
The base plate is fixed and fastened on the machine table only once.
Conventional pump installations typically consist of a steel reinforced concrete block foundation with an anchor bolted and grouted metal pump base plate. The base plate is drilled and tapped to accept the pump, motor, and accessories.
The material filter, integrated into the base plate, also ensures a high degree of process reliability when coating with the GA 3000 AC automatic gun.
The unit has base plate construction and Planar magnetics.
The engaging means comprises a base plate provided on one surface at both side portions of the hip portion and one surface at both side portions of the belly portion.
The basic MAWPS unit consists of a through-hardened, DH-2 steel wear plate, which slides into a welded-on base plate and is held in place by a patented compression retainer.