stable vertical

stable vertical

[′stā·bəl ′vərd·ə·kəl]
(engineering)
Vertical alignment of any device or instrument maintained during motion of the mount.
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One is the quest of Apple to focus on a stable vertical for future growth.
Days with heavy precipitation only over the Olympics were also driven by ARs, but were weaker and with a less stable vertical column, yielding a stronger rain shadow effect--enhanced uplift and descent following the terrain--than the more stable common events that deliver heavy precipitation fairly uniformly in both locations.
It is also important that FTG data can be used to generate stable vertical gravity, which furthermore can be merged with existing conventional ground gravity databases.
The stable vertical position of the inner conductor in the cavity is used as the basis to guarantee that the actual threshold value is consistent with the designed threshold value.
Manufactured by LaserMax, the GCL mounts onto any Mil-Std-1913 rail, providing a stable vertical pistol grip, a laser-aiming device and a LED traveling light.
The water's capacity to retain calcium in solid form is defined by the stable vertical distribution of the conditions of local equilibrium between different forms of inorganic carbon, the water's alkalinity, and its pH.
This is even more true in an age when print opened up entirely new audiences, and its horizontalizing effect stood against relatively stable vertical hierarchies, which would sanction "vulgarizing" tendencies, all too often associated with social chaos and confusion.
Features of flexible tooling are clamping mechanisms that reduce deflection and eliminate resonance, individual actuators that can be mounted to a stable vertical or horizontal base, and end effectors having a 360 deg range of motion with a 40 deg offset.