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centerline

As it pertains to the runway, it is a real or imaginary line down the middle of the runway.
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As a provider of bespoke capital solutions, Firmament provided mezzanine debt to support Centerline's acquisition of Notora LLC, a leading RF engineering firm.
Simultaneously, three different area ratios with three different characteristics are modeled in order to observe the effects of area ratio and centerline curvature in a coupled manner.
Mark the design vertical and horizontal centerlines using a removable fabric marker.
Representation of the Centerline. The centerline is depicted implicitly using a distance map [31], which labels each pixel with the distance to the nearest boundary pixel.
The BioMimics 3D helical centerline stent was designed to impart a helical shape to vessel morphology and thereby induce a laminar swirling flow that will elevate antirestenotic and atheroprotective wall shear (Figure 3).
Figure 10b shows variation of normalized centerline velocity with normalized vertical distance.
It firstly obtains a mask (template) for fracture enhancement, then makes centerline extraction roughly, and finally does fracture delineation accurately.
The heavy-duty H810 centerline trencher is capable of trenching up to 24-inches wide and the heavy-duty backfill blade arm provides maximum lift for strength and durability.
Furthermore, the Ethernet/IP connection allows Centerline 2500 MCC users to access information remotely.
The partnership with Centerline reportedly improves Calco's ability to meet an increasing demand for machined components in markets including mining, agriculture, and oil and gas.
The maximum deviation between the string and the centerline of the stem determines the amount of sweep present in each log.
When Edward Hines observed a milk wagon leaving a white trail on a dusty road, the Wayne County Road Commission member was inspired to design the highway centerline to better separate traffic moving in opposite directions.