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depth

Nautical the distance from the top of a ship's keel to the top of a particular deck

Depth

The extent, measurement or distance from top to bottom (downward) or from front to back (inward), or an element consisting of several layers.

depth

[depth]
(naval architecture)
The vertical distance amidships from the upper surface of the flat plate keel to the underside of the plating of a specified deck at ship's side.
(oceanography)
The vertical distance from a specified sea level to the sea floor.

depth

Depth refers to a numerical amount or to distance. See bit depth, color depth and depth of field.
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Because no clear patterns of lunar effects on largemouth bass activity and depth on an annual scale were found by the researchers, they suggest that solunar tables may not predict the feeding activity of bass in a predictable manner throughout the year.
A depth map is an image with per-pixel depth information, indicating the distance of each three-dimensional data point from the center of the camera in the scene.
5 : abundance, completeness <The speaker displayed a depth of knowledge.
Panerai Luminor 1950 submersible depth gauge for the pangaea expedition
In these situations the corner must get depth to the intermediate route while reading the QB.
For a tip-sample combination for which H is constant with depth, constant P/P testing yields a constant indentation strain rate.
aluminum--sealed surface defects and sub-surface porosity, increased surface hardness and yielded strengths equal to forged components; increased hardness 38% at the surface and 23% at a depth of more than 2mm;
Measure the depth, and subtract the sand depth to get the SILT DEPTH.
I also may use heavier lures like Kastmasters or Crippelures, employing the weight of the lure to get to optimum depth.
While others around the world have adopted slightly different categories, most drilling experts would define "deep" holes as those reaching a depth of 4 to 7 km, while "superdeep" or "ultradeep" holes go beyond 7 km.
In the deeper test, approximately 8 MMCFD flowed from a total of 14 meters (46 feet) of perforations between 1,036 and 1,080 meters (3,400 and 3,544 feet) depth on a 36/48-inch choke at a flowing pressure of approximately 1000 psi.
The HRC value is calculated from the net increase in the penetration depth, as the force on the diamond indenter is increased from the preliminary force to the total force and then returned to the preliminary force.