element time

element time

[′el·ə·mənt ‚tīm]
(industrial engineering)
The time to complete a specific motion element.
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Written for laser and fiber optic engineers, the book models several styles of waveguides, applies the finite element beam propagation and finite element time domain methods to photonic structures, and discusses how physical effects can be modeled into the finite element method.
Stefan Hafner's three new collections are a splendid assertion of his acclaimed design prowess that succeeds in springing a surprise element time and again.
What a Matrix-ian statement, considering that the production tested the frailty of the human element time and time again.
The finite element time domain method is used to determine the intrinsic elements of a broadband, small-signal equivalent circuit (SSEC) of FETs.
5 Measuring work element time, machine time, and walking time.
7,8] Recently, several hybrid methods such as the boundary element method,[9,10] the MoM/FDTD approach[11] and the finite element time domain approach[12] have been developed to combine the advantages of the individual methods in tackling specific aspects of the problem.
The objective of this paper is related to the finite element time domain analysis of the transient temperature field distribution in the three-dimensional model of the human eye exposed to 2090 nm laser radiation, frequently used in L-TKP (laser-thermokeratoplasty) [19].
The Element Times Square is a 411-key hotel operated by Starwood Hotels which opened in 2010 and was among the first of the company's eco-friendly properties.
The vector potential can be expressed as the sum of the shape function or the surface mesh element or finite element times the nodal potential
Aloft Harlem, Aloft Cupertino, Aloft Beijing, Aloft Cancun, W New York -- Downtown, W Hollywood, W Singapore, W Hong Kong, W Doha and Element Times Square will be the first ten hotels to implement the technology.