spreading method

spreading method

[′spred·iŋ ‚meth·əd]
(electricity)
A method of calculating the potential due to a set of point charges by replacing them with a continuous distribution of charge or a distribution of charge and polarization.
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By means of these maps it became obvious that in the widespread nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium fertilizer spreading method to produce the maximum amount of function only %13, %25, and %11 of the area of the field receive a proper amount of fertilizer respectively and the rest of the field receives an amount of fertilizer which is more than or less than the required amount.
This was a significant problem with the land spreading method. The IPS system features two forms of odor control.
By 2025 producers will be required to spread slurries and digestate using low-emission spreading methods such as trailing shoe, trailing hose or injection.
He added, however, that "Hajime's spreading methods are malicious in nature" and the worm "may go rogue at any time." That aspect of the Internet of Things, or IoT, gives jitters to Lin, the MIT-educated cybersecurity scholar at Stanford University's Center for International Security and Cooperation who largely shuns Internet-enabled devices.