distance separation

distance separation

For fire-protection requirements, the separation between an exterior wall of a building and an interior property line, or the center line of an adjacent street, or the exterior wall of another building; all measured at right angles to the exterior wall.
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The planning officer's report, which outlines why permission was refused, said: "The proposal would have a significantly detrimental impact upon the amenity of the occupants of 7 Hodge Bower due to inadequate distance separation."
For LPFM, TV stations and LPTV stations were considered at their maximum facilities, which impacted the availability of channels in the "reserved band" due to distance separation requirements.
The BFAD director, on the other hand, would be tasked to define the "approved sources" of bottled water, establish the criteria to determine the adequacy as well as the protection of "approved sources" of bottled water, including but not limited to: minimum well construction standards; minimum distance separation from upstream wastewater discharges and minimum distance separations from abandoned wells, septic tanks, waste impoundment and landfills.
The methods include Miles-In-Trail (MIT, to control the arriving aircraft at an appointed distance separation) and Time-Based-Metering (TBM, to control the arriving aircraft at an appointed time interval) [30].
Thus the distance separation L between the quark-antiquark pair may be computed starting from the geodesic of the static string on this D3 brane background.
The applicant requested relief from Section 3 (14) of the Zoning By-law with regard to the minimum distance separation to allow construction of a liquid manure storage structure of 162 metres whereas 208 metres was required.
For less distance separation, an offset of half of SEM BW is recommended for peaceful coexistence by adjacent channel without overlapping, otherwise longer distance should be managed.
In anticipation of such changes, Naval VTS can apply distance separation, further contributing to the prevention of dangerous maritime situations and minimizing cascading effects to ship traffic in case of attack.
Hugh Fraser and John Turvey, for "Minimum Distance Separation (MDS) Formulae Implementation Guidelines Publication 707" (with supporting software), Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs.
12), but has not been extensively quantified in the same fashion as distance separation. Ma et al.