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centralizer

[′sen·tra‚līz·ər]
(mathematics)
The subgroup consisting of all elements which commute with a given element of a group.
(petroleum engineering)
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Theorem 2 states that the centralizer of the action of [S.
Then it is algebraically cartesian closed ifand only ifany subobject u : Y [right arrow] X has a centralizer.
Disc spring centralizers are added on the both sides of non-leakage sucker pump to solve the partial abrasion between the plunger and pump barrel for the unilateral wear of sealing ring caused by the uneven force.
Conjugacy class Representative Centralizer subgroup {e} e [D.
Pierre Trudeau, for example, was more a classic federalist than a centralizer.
Tenders are invited for Repairing Of Cabin Door, Sliding Door, Dash Board, Silencer, Centralizer Frame And Glass Fitting Of Idm 30 Drill Sl.
The camera with flexible centralizer assembly is 22.
For the second ream, a 750-mm open face centralizer was positioned ahead of the 1,100-mm reamer.
A centralizer, when added to the bottom hole assembly and used correctly, provides several benefits that lower the overall cost per foot of an installation.
The centralizer had to collapse at launch but expand once inside the pipeline.
Contract notice: Maintenance of the centralized information processing system, the warning system and the centralizer of the radiation control panel of the orphe reactor situated at saclay.

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