screen height

screen height

The height above the ground of an imaginary screen that the aircraft would just clear when taking off or landing, in an unbanked attitude and with the landing gear extended. For takeoff and landing, this is normally 35 ft. Some definitions take it as 50 ft.
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May need to raise the computer screen height to avoid leaning forward.
Key changes between new and previous versions are a longer, wider pillion and rider's seat, more pillion leg room, a longer swingarm, bigger, more ergonomic, cast-alloy pillion grab handles, improved weather/wind protection and a new, one-handed screen height adjustment system.
In a screenhouse similar to S2, the zero-plane displacement of a canopy-screenhouse system was, for neutral stability, about 0.8 of the screen height [30].
It was observed that 20% of the participants had inappropriate screen height. 33.3% participants reported absence of foot rest on computer workstation as a risk for WMSD (OR 0.54, CI: 0.26-1.1, P = 0.104).
For larger portable devices like laptops, consider adjustable desk stands that can be moved and repositioned to achieve the best screen height, tilt and pan adjustment for each user.
If we want to split the screen into non-overlapping blocks of dimension BWxBH, then the block width should divide the screen width and block height divides the screen height without reminder, i.e.
If it's not, adjust the screen height. Also, take frequent breaks -- get up and move around at least every 30 minutes for 2-3 minutes.
Standard design options are appropriate for most cases, but employees can also consider using a sleeve that raises the screen height of the laptop or adding an external monitor, if desired.
A lot of the older auditoriums in Western Europe don't have the screen height to allow us to take maximum advantage of the Imax aspect ratio.
The screen height from the ground adjusts from 17 to 66 inches using a powered height adjustment mechanism.
Another section of the MIC survey found that among the Taiwanese consumers planning to buy 20-inch or bigger LCD TVs in 2009, clear differences existed between the preferences of different age groups: the 30-and-under group preferred models with "digitized audio/video-transmission, as well as home-theater stereo"; the 30-to-40 group opted for "language-translation and automatic picture-tuning based on ambient lighting; and the over-41 group wanted "adjustable screen height and angle, with a built-in high-definition digital-TV receiver." In short, according to H.J.