channel design

channel design

[′chan·əl di′zīn]
(computer science)
The type of channel, characterized by the tasks it can perform, available to a computer.
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Rounding out the Kinergy GT tires performance portfolio is a state-of-the-art four channel design when compounded with an optimized lateral groove and chamfer sipe arrangement, provide exceptional grip in both wet and snowy driving conditions.
The patented turbulent flow channel design transfers 250 percent more energy than traditional heat exchange systems with laminar flow properties.
The highly parallel microfluidic channel design allows high throughput processing that remains gentle on the cells.
It has also been proposed that the geometrical channel design of a ceramic filter substrate should be considered in conjunction with other functions such as backpressure response, filtration efficiency, thermal shock resistance, ash capacity, and catalyst performance [7, 8].
It highlights a new air channel design which results in a lower profile and greater flexibility.
This research study is under taken to analyze different approaches of alluvial channel design, calculation of sediment transport rate by various methods of sediment load transportation and recommendations of the most suitable approach for channel design.
The original G-Floor Parking Pad was the first product created by Brett Sneed, and features a unique ribbed channel design which acts as a containment element to control dirt and liquids commonly found in garages.
The general goal is a material-independent flow channel design. (Troester)
Another key benefit of the channel design is that 'hold down' rollers are eliminated, explained Roy.
Vuyo Mpako, Head of Innovation and Channel Design at Standard Bank, believes that piloting Watson is about 'doing the right things better and taking a major step in our commitment to provide banking services and solutions that are built around our customers and offer enhanced banking experiences'.
The device has a unique fluid channel design that preserves column efficiency and is compatible with 4-pm particle IC columns for fast and high-resolution separations.
Equally appropriate for agricultural engineering, civil engineering, and hydrologic science, this graduate textbook introduces Shannon entropy, the principle of maximum entropy, concentration theorem, and the principle of minimum cross-entropy, and applies the concepts to sediment concentration and discharge, hydraulic geometry, channel design, water flow rating curves, water level monitoring networks, and reliability analysis of water distribution systems.

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