elevation difference

elevation difference

[‚el·ə′vā·shən ‚dif·rəns]
(ordnance)
The change in elevation which must be applied to a particular gun when firing data are being received from a base piece or other directing point.
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This contract concerns the 2 x 2 lane motorway link with elevation difference between fos-sur-mer and salon-de-provence, As defined in the cctp.
ES3), a portion of the temperature anomalies at this time may be due to an underestimation of the climatological temperature when correcting for the elevation difference in ERA-Interim.
Our study area covers a length of about 80 km of River Panjkora and elevation difference of only 500 meters.
2 mils for the elevation difference at 836-yard steel targets compared to the Homady 178-grain Match load.
The story of the political maneuvering, construction and materials problems, lack of trained and experienced engineers, contractors and workmen, and the trouble overcoming the elevation difference of more than 550 feet between Lake Erie and the Hudson River, as well as rivers, swamps, millions of trees and long stretches of solid rock would, and has, filled several books.
Deflection angles at bearings are caused by three factors, respectively: bending moments at bearings, shafting weight, and elevation difference between adjacent bearings.
Deliveries range from minimal pressure up to 40 to 90 psi depending on the elevation difference from the canal that flows into the pipe networks.
Designed with urban environments in mind, the structure features a small footprint to minimize conflicts with other utilities and needs only minimal elevation difference between the inlet and outlet pipe.
With an elevation difference of 1,439 meters, atmospheric pressure, temperature, weather and other conditions vary significantly between the start and finish.
In the case of the ENVY TouchSmart 14, this elevation difference is marked by rather sharp edges , which have the potential to hurt you.
Saydam's arguments boil down to this: There is a 30-centimeter elevation difference between the Black Sea, which is fed by rivers, and the Sea of Marmara, which is fed by the salt water of the Mediterranean.