density packing

density packing

[′den·səd·ē ‚pak·iŋ]
(computer science)
In computers, the number of binary digit magnetic pulses stored on tape or drum per linear inch on a single track by a single head.
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Richard Matthews QC, prosecuting, asked him if police had ever mentioned anything about the correct density packing for the Leppings Lane terrace, where the fatal crush happened.
"It allows a higher density packing of qubits to be, in principle, achieved over other promising qubits like those used in silicon."
Also, the high density packing of beryllium could make it easy to isostatically hot press the material to near net shape and reduce machining.
This suggests that particles' size together with silane surface treatement and high density packing assure optimal dispersion and adhesion in the polymer matrix.
Also included in Table 1 is a density packing factor, calculated by dividing the density measured by the maximum density quoted for this material [20], 950 kg/[m.sup.3] except in the case of the compacted only specimen where the density of as-polymerized particles of UHMWPE is used (970 kg/[m.sup.-3]).
These density measurements together with the density packing factors are given in Table 2, showing that for each material the density is greatest at the plunger end and lowest at the die end.
Thus, it would appear that the plunger end was already approaching maximum densification (having a density packing factor of 97%) after the first sintering.
At this stage, the density packing factor of the plunger end material is in the region of 97% and at the midspan it is ~93%.