center loading

center loading

[′sen·tər ′lōd·iŋ]
(electromagnetism)
Alteration of the resonant frequency of a transmitting antenna by inserting an inductance or capacitance about halfway between the feed point and the end of the antenna.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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McGregor, widely known for his fight-related antics, was seen on camera attacking the bus in a Barclays Center loading dock after a press event ahead of UFC 223, which featured the sport's biggest card of the year.
Weppler says Kopp, "was an advocate of the senior center." He was also instrumental in the transformation of the old Civic Center loading dock, into an enclosed space.
* The capability of handling off center loading more efficiently and effectively.
Span length was 25.4 m and the center loading points were 5 m apart.
In addition, the center loading position used in most studies may have induced a different stress distribution on the panel from the off-center loading position as specified by ASTM E661-88 standard for CSL tests.
Unfortunately, all the expertise I really need is to stand on a distribution center loading dock for an hour or two when tractors are backing into it or starting up and pulling away.
The PWS series load cells from HBM were selected for their C3 class accuracy rating, tolerance to off center loading, rugged stainless steel construction, and off-the-shelf availability.
Options include a true center loading conveyor and a rotating truck conveyor.
The bus was moving slowly through the Barclays Center loading dock at the time.
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