field length

field length

[′fēld ‚leŋkth]
(computer science)
The number of columns, characters, or bits in a specified field.

field length

The distance required for takeoff and landing, accelerate or stop, rejected takeoff, and other specified operations.
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The Praetor 600 has the class-exclusive advantage of the shortest field length with the longest range, flying nonstop from So Paulo to Miami.
The APMG Performance Package offers current HondaJet owners the opportunity to implement Honda Aircraft Company's latest performance upgrades on their aircraft; among those are a shorter takeoff field length, an increased maximum takeoff weight and more mission capabilities.
The validation checker checks against 128 GS1 Application Identifiers (AIs) and validates field length, types of characters, combinations of character types, and the date format.
If field length is an issue with the HondaJet, you might have more options with a CJ2+, which has published takeoff numbers around 3400 feet at sea level and 5180 feet at an altitude of 5000 feet at 25 degrees Celsius.
The performance module estimates mission fuel burned, takeoff field length, landing field length, and the second segment gradient.
These two designed tables and two test main table fragments of data center are the same in field number and type but the field length is longer than test table.
[2010]) to determine the total bore field length. This procedure has been reformulated to take the following form (Bernier 2000).
Their goal is to increase performance in fuel efficiency, emissions, noise, field length, and handling performance as compared to the use of a single large engine, jet, or propeller.
The smooth and gun barrel straight OD allows for lower jacking forces, easy field length adjustments, and a molded surface for sealing the FWC Coupling.
The SUGAR Volt concept's foldable wings, advanced jet engines, and battery pods each enable reduced fuel burn, greenhouse gases, NOx (mono-nitrogen oxides) emissions, noise, and field length. Most importantly, these features have already been adapted for use in various other NASA programs.
[12] pointed out that the minimum information needed to evaluate soil erosion in furrow includes the amount of soil lost during the irrigation along with some field and irrigation characteristics such as field slope, field length, soil texture, furrow inflow rate, and irrigation duration.
The Falcon 5X is expected to have a balanced field length of about 5,250 feet/1600 meters (MTOW, ISA, SL) and an approach speed of about 105 kts at typical landing weight.