offset line

offset line

[′ȯf‚set ′līn]
(engineering)
A secondary line established close to and roughly parallel with the primary survey line to which it is referenced by measured offsets.

offset line

A secondary survey line roughly parallel and close to a primary survey line to which it is referenced in measured offsets.
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At low input power levels, the peak amplifier is cut off because of the class C operating condition The output impedance [Z.sub.p] of peak cell, should present an open circuit state in theory to prevent power leakage by tuning the offset line [theta]p between peak amplifier and quarter-wave line.
SunCure FLM is a UV offset line of products designed to print on many substrates, and was added to the SolarFlex LM range of low migration UV flexo products.
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CEO Jeffrey Gardner said it was the 10th straight quarter in which broadband additions more than offset line declines.
Two of these structures were combined using an input offset line, [L.sub.IN], serving the same purpose as [L.sub.OUT] at the output, and a 180[degrees] line for differential excitation.
The 1.5 mm offset line ensures that [Delta]a/[b.sub.0] [less than] 6% in order to restrict the amount of physical crack growth and associated unloading for J [greater than] [J.sub.Ic], i.e., it ensures that crack growth is controlled by J.
The input offset line in front of the input match circuit is used to adjust the phase delay.
Adding flexo to an offset line means adding second sets of prepress parameters, ink lines, and platemaking gear -- all of it consuming space, time and money.
The company remains one of the most powerful Japanese ink manufacturers, led by its Zipset offset line, which includes a vast range of products, including sheetfed, heatset, UV metallic, rubber-based and magnetic inks and process and Pantone colors.
An offset line parallel to the blunting at an offset value of 0.2 mm was drawn.
Usually, the intercept of a 0.2% offset line parallel to the slope of the load-elongation curve is used for the calculation.