slope control

slope control

[′slōp kən‚trōl]
(metallurgy)
Electronic production of a change in the welding current within set limits and a selected interval of time.
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The construction relates to snow removal and, If necessary, The possibility of further slope control and removal of snow by the powder region 19.
ASCE Steering Committee (1998) conducted a comprehensive study on slope control structures.
Active Adaptive Shift control: This feature has a slope control function that assesses both the gradient and winding of a road as well as driver intentions such as acceleration and brake operation to automatically select the optimal gear.
Has two propel speeds, three rotor options, four mode steering and optional automatic grade and slope control.
An inexpensive dual op amp circuit allows the VG024 amplifier to operate as an RF chain temperature-compensation stage that features independent and adjustable offset and slope control, while providing lower losses and larger slopes than can be achieved with thermistor networks or thermal compensation pads.
Caterpillar's CAESbasic is a cost-effective way to manage grade and slope control by providing the machine operator with plan data and real time position and elevation information.
A pendulum in the slope control housing moves side-to-side with changes in the transverse grade of the roadway triggering necessary adjustments in the slope control mechanism.
In comparison to the cur slope control, the erosion mat, exotic species, and native species treatments, yielding less than 1.
An integrated slope control function ensures enhanced electromagnetic interference (EMI) compatibility.
The unit features five ranges with full overlap for stick pipe welding and other processes where slope control is required.
Applications range from ground consolidation and drainage holes on construction sites to chip sampling and slope control in surface mines.
The AMMC-5025 has a gain slope control feature and an adjustable gain control feature that allows over 25 dB of dynamic range.