time separation

time separation

[′tīm ‚sep·ə‚rā·shən]
(aerospace engineering)
The time interval between adjacent aircraft flying approximately the same path.
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For example, a lengthy time separation between performing the Muller's maneuver and performing the NPSG could reduce the correlation coefficient.
As part of the FAA task force study on airport capacity and delays, Igal developed an analytical model to determine time separation requirements for airspace intersections.
61m f/10 Cassegrain telescope (IAU code G68) on 2010 November 03 with exposure times of 30 seconds each and time separation of 15 minutes (i.
Time separation requires advance planning, if the use of (possibly crowded) assembly areas is to be avoided.
Dr Rebecka Meyers, the hospital's chief of paediat-ric surgery, said she believes this will be the first time separation surgery has been attempted on twins with a shared kidney.
Dr Rebecka Meyers, the hospital's chief of paediatric surgery, said she believes this will be the first time separation surgery has been attempted on twins with a shared kidney.
DGD is the time separation or delay between two polarization states of the transmission links at the receiver.
That's a big time separation, especially for the subjects you don't use on a day-to-day basis in your life or on your job," he said.
Most people have a time separation between meals, but I ate all day long.
A possible change in rules for slaughterhouses involved with the date-based export scheme which would permit time separation for plants could be accepted by the European Union.