gap filling

gap filling

[′gap ‚fil·iŋ]
(electromagnetism)
Electrical or mechanical rearrangement of an antenna array, or the use of a supplementary array, to produce lobes where gaps previously occurred.
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Surplus 'legacy' F-18s are available at fractional cost of a Super Hornet or F-35 gap filling.
Gap filling is an important design consideration, especially with structural assemblies where gasses or liquids are present.
Both new black coloured grades are variants of the existing Crestabond M7 off-white grades in the range, providing the same attributes, handling and bond performance properties, said to include excellent fatigue and impact resistance; good gap filling capabilities up to 5mm; and minimal surface preparation required prior to bonding.
This gap filling material provides durable, reliable protection in the most demanding conditions, including wide temperature ranges, bending, flexing, and exposure to chemically aggressive aircraft fluids.
Kidlington, United Kingdom, December 19, 2014 --(PR.com)-- ADH 9454 adhesive from Intertronics is a gap filling cyanoacrylate (instant) gel suitable for use on vertical and porous surfaces in a wide range of industrial assembly applications.
Its features and benefits include temperature resistance up to 150 degrees Celsius, high impact and vibration resistance, high moisture resistance, and gap filling up to 5mm.
It will bring in strong nutrition focus in various sectoral plans and provide for a limited gap filling support towards key nutrition related interventions.
They provide gap filling, shot absorption, dust sealing and vibration isolation, as well as hold components firmly in place, according to the literature.
Industrial strength Pres-Mount tape adheres instantly, even when bonding rigid materials to irregular surfaces, providing long-lasting adhesion, gap filling and uniform stress distribution.
Cyanolit Gel 10--a single part instant adhesive that can be used on vertical surfaces or for gap filling applications.
Notably, Cd(II), Fe(II), and Pb(II) [but not As(III), Co(II), or Ni(II)] inhibited AP endonuclease activity in whole-cell extracts but had no significant effect on single nucleotide gap filling, 5'-flap endonuclease, and nick ligation activities, supporting the idea of selective inactivation of Ape1 in cells.