clear dimension

clear dimension

The open space between two components or members of a building.
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The layout should also provide a minimum clear dimension of 15 feet, with an additional 30 square feet of clear floor area for each family member permitted by the facility to be in the room.
Once the SAT became established as an admission criterion in the postwar years (a prototype of the SAT was used on a limited, more or less experimental basis in the prewar years), the ranks of students in those institutions defined a clear dimension of meritocracy.
Forty-eight percent of log scale volume (scaling yield) was converted into clear dimension parts.
In addition to seeking the best available technology for the application of this system, the meeting agreed to prepare a media plan with clear dimensions and parameters for increasing public awareness and encouraging the public to see the programs on this broadcast.
"It is more readily available and you can get longer clear dimensions. Red oak can be easier to work with power tools, too." Red oak yields an attractive cathedral grain and can be stained to a variety of colors.