fixed beam

fixed beam, fixed-end beam

A structural beam whose ends are fixed.
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Until now, such laser sources have used a fixed beam quality, and the cutting performance has been characterised over a wide range of output powers, identifying the range of suitable focal spot sizes which produce good cuts.
Occupying approximately 140,000 s/f NYTPC includes one cyclotron, three rotational gantry treatment rooms, one fixed beam treatment room, one future research beam room, related PTEV support service spaces, PET/CT, two CTs, two MRIs, related clinical support spaces, and administrative areas.
Before the first fracturing of the roof, the coal wall behind the open-off cut and in front of the working face forms a fixed beam structure, as shown in Figure 3.
The first multi-beam approaches with fixed beam configurations were lacking flexibility and only suited for a limited number of specific applications.
Let us consider free vibrations of a fixed beam on the elastic Winkler foundations with the subgrade modulus [k.sub.1] = 1.
The PBT system planned for the Centre will be equipped with Hitachi's spot scanning technology and will have 4 treatment rooms with rotating gantries as well as a fixed beam room.
WPE, being the first university-based proton therapy centre in Germany with three gantries and one fixed beam line, started treating patients in mid 2013 and has reportedly treated over 150 patients with proton beam therapy to date.
* The FSG-4080DC series double-column fixed beam grinders.
For a two-end fixed beam used here, Young's modulus cannot be determined from merely a slope of deflection versus load.
1) Following are the chip scope outputs for fixed beam forming for 16 element planar antenna array (4 by 4 matrix).
The low pass filter, fabricated here, is a fixed beam structure (Figure 3), which is a micro machined capacitive bridge.