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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In a follow-up submission to the police opposition, the firm said it already operated in cumulative impact areas in Leeds, Cardiff and Nottingham.
Currently, OLCC administrative rules allow only cities with more than 300,000 residents to petition to establish an alcohol impact area.
We want to continue the impact area program because we believe it has been effective when we've seen spikes in crime and disorder," Police Chief Gary J.
As part of the settlement, the agency agreed to a number of key provisions, including--among others--that it obtain a Clean Water Act permit for munitions discharges at the Flats, monitor water quality in the area, promptly clean up munitions that fall outside the immediate impact area, and work with outside experts to study the environmental impacts of bombing.
In contrast, total kelp cover significantly increased in the low impact area adjacent to Diablo Cove, mainly from increases in giant kelp.
The target was a tank in the live impact area, denoted by the FAG using an infrared marking device.
A steep angle for the primary box ensures that the majority of the material is process in the initial impact area with only near size material passing on to the secondary box.
The dashing young man who gets faked completely out of his socks by a "non-move" or trips over a chalk line on the way to the impact area.
Currently, on a 7,000-acre zone called the Northern Impact Area, artillery gunners pound targets, planes strafe the land, and tanks fire nonexplosive slugs.
Numbers recently released by the San Francisco Redevelopment Agency show the company has awarded $30 million worth of contracts to construction companies located in the BVHP Impact Area.
Specifically, EPA is seeking public comment on a proposal to allow firing of lead ammunition or other 'live' ammunition at small arms ranges, and use of pyrotechnics at the Training Ranges and Impact Area at Joint Base Cape Cod, to the extent the National Guard receives approval and oversight from the Massachusetts Environmental Management Commission in accordance with the Environmental Performance Standards.
Climbing tree house impact area network combination surface area of approx.