measuring frame

batch box

A container of known volume used to measure and mix the constituents of a batch of concrete, plaster, or mortar, to ensure proper proportions.
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grinding the ends parallel, soaking the cores to reach SSD condition, mounting the core in a measuring frame with an LVDT, placing the frame in a controlled temperature water bath, varying the temperature of the bath between 10 and 50 degrees Celsius (50-122 degrees Fahrenheit), and reading the length change over that temperature range.
1As measured by a sampling of AAA game titles using the games benchmark mode measuring frames per second (FPS) on Intel Core i7-8700K processor.
London Zoo lured lions, penguins and other animals on to scales and measuring frames on Thursday at the launch of an annual weigh-in of 20,000 captive creatures in some 700 species.
The second option is to use specialized internally synchronized card providing a high-precise frame timestamping and measuring frames in loopback as is suggested by Ingram et al.
As an optometrist from back in the swinging '60s, I can remember being taught glazing (by hand), measuring frames and actually making frames.
Part one examines theory and methods of framing research, including a debate over whether framing can be subsumed within agenda-setting theory or not, quantitative methods for identifying and measuring frames in texts through content analysis, and qualitative methods of postmodern frame analysis.