position correction


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position correction

[pə′zish·ən kə‚rek·shən]
(ordnance)
Correction applied to firing data to compensate for difference in location of individual pieces in a battery.
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brcke, line 6110, km 136.994 - km 137.820, bridge beams, corrosion protection, ola, point position correction
where e is the position correction of the end effector.
The position correction [DELTA]X will be obtained through the force F in the impedance control model.
If [q.sub.2] receives the position correction information from [q.sub.1] , the adjusted position predictions indicate that [q.sub.1] will lose contact with [q.sub.2].
* Enhanced error correction support, enabling position correction of both single-and multi-axis positions in real time.
The new Edifice features solar-powered tough movement for automatic hand home position correction and automatic time calibration.
On its way from the slicer to the packaging machine, the unprocessed log or product goes through a number of critical points where contact from the operator with the product is possible: During product loading of the slicer, during weight and position correction of the portion and during in-feeding into the packaging tray.
Fine positioning, i.e., the precision position correction not possible by these previously mentioned technologies, has typically been done one axis at a time.
* DC engine (MCC) used for oscillation movement of welding torch and welding head position correction.
Accuracy assessment and position correction for low cost non differential GPS as applied on an industrial peat bog.
A position correction must be made to the off-line programmed theoretical data.
the contract includes grinding, vacuuming and position correction of the old coating (need to spot on site).