impact area


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impact area

[′im‚pakt ‚er·ē·ə]
(engineering)
An area with designated boundaries within which all objects that travel over a range are to make contact with the ground.
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New Delhi [India], Jun 5 ( ANI ): The Indian Army has recovered empty ammunition of various kinds found in Pokharan Field which appear to be blinds recovered from impact area of the range.
"This is based on the fact that the premises is situated within a cumulative impact area, where the rebuttable presumption is that an application will be refused unless it can be shown that the premises concerned will not add to the cumulative impact on the licensing objectives being experienced.
He said longer hours would not have an impact on the Cumulative Impact area and that he is based in a commercial and not residential area.
However, large cobble and some dense soils may have a greater potential impact area. This information should be provided on actual trench conditions and not soil borings provided outside of the original pipeline trench as is common with HDD pre-design.
The work involves alternatives for groundwater contamination and related sources at the Central Impact Area on Camp Edwards in the northern central portion of the reservation.
"By designating an alcohol impact area, cities will be better able to deal with persistent alcohol crime and disturbances," said Sen.
From Alcohol Impact Area Maps to aquifer mappings, ArcGIS analysis maps for various regions, and health and human services maps, this map book offers a subject-oriented chapter listing of ArcGIS-created maps specially to support statistics in areas ranging from natural resources to tourism and military and defense purposes.
Steele, commander of the Community Impact Division, said a community impact area will center on lower Grafton, Wall, Plantation, Heywood and Providence streets.
The pilot stated he flew directly to the impact area, which took approximately five to seven minutes.
"Because we know the precise location of our properties we are able to quickly assess the impact area from a given storm or fire, allowing us to offer immediate assistance to our policyholders during their time of need." This type of responsiveness builds customer loyalty and attracts new customers to the company.
Two-thirds of these primary lines enter Louisiana and thus are within the hurricane impact area. Most primary lines in the impact area experienced damage from the storms that either restricted or completely halted operations.
The same Ernst & Young study also predicts that this year the number of families in what it calls the "park impact area" will increase by almost four percent, as opposed to .33 percent Manhattan-wide.