capture area

capture area

[′kap·chər ‚er·ē·ə]
(engineering acoustics)
The effective area of the receiving surface of a hydrophone, or the available power of the acoustic energy divided by its equivalent plane-wave intensity.
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The lens's native focal length combined with an 8MP capture area, the phone does deliver a true 3x field of view.
Red deer thus, as other medium and large sized ungulates, seems to cope with stressful events and disturbance by adopting a flight behaviour, which includes moving away from the capture area and seeking for refuges.
The third stage is the data capture area where their entitlements are spelt out and computed for final payment.
Evaluation of formulae to estimate the capture area of orb webs (Araneoidea, Araneae).
fissilis plants, each with one trap consisting of yellow plastic cards with adhesive on both sides and a capture area of 100 [cm.sup.2] on each side (Ferreira-Filho et al.
The oceanographic variables of the capture area for this species were similar to those reported at these depths from 16 to 13[degrees]C, where values of dissolved oxygen were from 5 to 2 mg [L.sup.-1] in this depth interval (Table 1).
In the adult spiders, mesh height, capture area and capture thread length was positively correlated with IVth leg length; mesh size also showed positive correlation with carapace width and wet weight of the spider.
Conquest 6 Adjusted the capture area sizes of A, C and D.
Discharge velocity at the diffuser face should be set at a design value such that the terminal velocity does not exceed 50 fpm at the edge of the hood capture area. It is recommended that only perforated plate ceiling diffusers be used in the vicinity of the hood, and to reduce air velocities from the diffusers at a given supply rate, the more diffusers the better.
The following winter, DEC staff again scan these frequencies to see if owls have either returned to their capture area or have relocated to other parts of the state.