primary beam


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primary beam

See beam.

main beam

A principal beam used to carry a load, which transmits the load directly to the columns.
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s should adjust the mobile equipment to ensure that the primary beam is never directed toward the operator.
Compton scatter occurs when a photon from the primary beam deflected from its primary path.
The primary beam intensity produces a melted image that faithfully reproduces the beam dimensions.
The instrumental effects related to the use of a polycapillary x-ray lens as primary beam collimator are here studied and the features observed in the measurements modelled via Monte-Carlo ray-tracing.
Gas scattering of the primary beam is the single most important difference between performing x-ray spectrometry with the conventional low pressure (i.
As the primary beam crosses the edge, more and more of the emitted electrons come from the lower surface, and many of these are reabsorbed by the wall.
Alshor Plus systems were used in the VIP areas to support primary beams, and Rapidshor steel shoring was used to support an internal long span bridge made from concrete and steel.
The work of reinforcing the structure has mainly consisted of bracing the primary beams and struts, and increasing the length of the secondary beams under the platform.
This lowers the panels and primary beams that hold the panels.
The form of the precast capitals is, it suggests, derived directly from the problems of making structural and services connections with the primary beams and ducts of the roof structure.