slot pitch

slot pitch

The distance between like-colored phosphor stripes in a CRT that uses a slot mask. This is slightly closer than the dot pitch in traditional shadow mask CRTs, which measures the diagonal distance between dots. See slot mask.
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In case of skewed rotor, one side of the rotor bar is axially shifted from its second side by a fraction of slot pitch. The flux along the rotor axis therefore significantly varies (skew leakage flux).
The torque ripple is reduced by shifting the pole pairs by half a slot pitch and choosing the appropriate magnet width of PM motors [4].
where [[tau].sub.si]/[[tau].sub.so] is the slot pitch of inner/outer slots and [[theta].sub.i]/[[theta].sub.0] is the slot opening width of inner/outer slots.
where the interval ([[alpha].sub.1]; [[alpha].sub.2]) is equal to the slot pitch [[alpha].sub.s] and the interval center lies in the slot center.
The products accommodate card slot pitch as low as 15 mm and achieve a port-to-port centerline of 12.5 mm along a card edge.
The lower vertical profile enables the power modules to be employed on the same 16.7 mm slot pitch as the 3-pair signal connectors, or as a means to increase air flow in a chassis having wider slot spacing.
Uprights on the Premierack come in a variety of gauges, have a 50mm slot pitch and can be reversed should damage occur.
A 12.75" x 7" board was designed to add point-to-point optical distribution technology to an existing 1.2" slot pitch subrack containing 14 cards cooled by a fan tray with eight fans (FIGURE 1).
The GF775 also features an ultra fine 0.24 mm slot pitch for superior images and crisp, brilliant colors.
Upon selection of the rotor ring slot width [b.sub.r] and rotor ring slot pitch [T.sub.r](1 ...