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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Contract notice: delivery of a measuring frame 0835/1
Surface measurements for each skull were made using a digital calliper and a measuring frame as shown in Figure 2.
The final test method includes the following steps: sawing the cores to a standard length (178 mm/7 in.), 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.
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.
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 yesterday lured lions, penguins and other animals on to scales and measuring frames at the launch of an annual weigh-in of 20,000 captive creatures in some 700 species.