double step

double step

A double notch cut into a tie beam which supports a rafter in a timber framing system.
References in classic literature ?
By night and by day I hear a double step upon my trail.
The boat also features a double step, which no doubt contributes to top end speeds.
* The ability to micro-step finely in either 250 or 256 increments per step for DS (double step) settings, 1 (full step), 2 (half step), 4, 8, 16, 32, 64, 128, and 256.
Saint-Saens' Pas Redouble is a double step march--more of a run than a military prance.
An attempted double step over near halfway sounded the alarm bells - it ended just the way you'd expect - but it was swiftly followed by worse.
The proposed UWB BPF is composed of coupled double step impedance resonator and open loop defected ground structure as a BPF, and the conventional DGS part as a BPF.
Some delegations that voted positively, such as the Germans or the French, nevertheless underlined that this double step was a bad idea because it risked creating "genuine disappointment" for those promoting initiatives that have been registered but are then considered non-eligible at a certain stage.
Before controller was connected into to the process F1, the open-loop identification from double step response is realized between 0-80 s in the Fig.
The S 3000DPL double step is a compact automatic tray sealer, which has been developed for in-line production.
If it would be combined with Newton method with double step it gives improving that numerical results show.
For Peacock, however, it will be a double step up and Smith is confident his new recruit has the ability to make it having watched him train with his squad since they returned for pre-season a couple of weeks ago.
The different polymer optical fiber structures like step index, double step index, multi-core, multi-step index and graded index fibers will be presented and compared.