entry corridor

entry corridor

[′en·trē ‚kär·ə‚dȯr]
(aerospace engineering)
Depth of the region between two trajectories which define the design limits of a vehicle about to enter a planetary atmosphere, or define the desired landing area (footprint).
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Entry Corridor To Provide An Entrance And Search/screening Space For Work Release Inmates.
L'Arbreda is on the eastern pass; Labeko Koba, in the Deba valley, is located on the entry corridor through the Western Pyrenees (Arrizabalaga and Iriarte excavated it in a hurry in 1988 before it was destroyed by the building of the Arrasate-Mondragon bypass) and La Vina is of value as a paradigm, since it provides a magnificent sequence of the Upper Palaeolithic, in other words, of the technical and cultural behaviour of the Cro-magnons during the last glaciation", pointed out Alvaro Arrizabalaga, professor of the department of Geography, Prehistory and Archaeology, and one of the UPV/EHU researchers.
Track couldn't be used in these areas due to the ceiling heights, so the workhorse luminaires are recessed, trimless MR16 downlights used in the entry corridor and in combination with linear fluorescent lights (with gels added to them for warmth) in other corridors.
In Ramans images, the empty symmetry of the entry corridor takes over Barthes's "dim, anonymous, indifferent cube" and the auxiliary office, in all its bareness and abruptness, remains stubbornly resilient in its functionality.
The entry corridor with free forms carved out of the thick internal wall to one side is witty and enjoyable and makes for a pleasant approach to the units".
By 2012, the island will boast three new hotels, an all-new beachfront convention center with more than 78,000 square feet of function space, a beautifully redesigned entry corridor to the island, beach village shopping and dining area and many more enhancements.
Simeon Dyankov, Finance Minister and Deputy Prime Minister, said that against the background of Bulgaria's Currency Board arrangement, which stabilises local currency the lev by pegging it to the euro, it was important to have a balanced budget because this would serve as a good basis for entry into ERM-2, the entry corridor to the euro area.
In the entry corridor the design intent was to replicate a monumental filmstrip by framing recessed LCD screens with millwork details.
All of this is about the completion of the turnpike's Exit 5 and the Granite Street bridge widening project, which will complete the downtown Manchester entry corridor through Commercial Street.
Two smooth white rectangular auditoria hover over a shadow-black plinth connected by a glass entry corridor that visually unites the arbour and the courtyard on either side while framing the fronds, leaves and blades of the island's most pervasive and vibrant third colour, green.
Plants abound in the entry corridor, heightening the atrium effect.
Owners of the penthouses will enjoy pre-arrival concierge service, valet parking, a Residence Concierge, Ski Valet services, a private entry corridor and an elevator that delivers owners to their penthouses.