transmission length

transmission length

At the end of a pretensioned tendon, the distance necessary for the bond stress to develop the maximum tendon stress.
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Combined with four others held in Germany, the number of power transmission assets held by DTC in Europe will add up to eleven, for a gross transmission length of approximately 1,000 km and an electricity transmission capacity of around 5.3 GW.
The efficiency of FWM products generally depends on the fiber-chromatic dispersion, transmission length, and the channel separation.
An off-axis oil pump is chosen because of efficiency improvement and shorter transmission length. The gear train is made up of three planetary gear sets (Fr: Ravigneaux, Mid: Single, Rr; Single), four clutches (C-1, C-2, C-3, C-4), and two brakes (B-1, B-2) (Fig.
Our reasoning is that the transmission length is determined by the user, but the actual sending rate is determined by the TCP.
The variation of BER and Q factor with respect to fiber transmission length is shown in Fig.
The report provides an overview of the HVDC transmission market for each of the countries analyzed, and presents insights on key indicators such as transmission length (2009-2020) and capacity (2009-2020).
Through experiments with TRA prototype, it is demonstrated that TRA-MAC can dynamically control preamble sensing cycle and preamble transmission length adaptively to traffic variations.
It exceeded both the previous transmission length record by 60 meters and the previous data rate record by 50 percent.
After tuning the filter performance in ADS [15], the nominal shunt and series capacitor and 80[OMEGA] transmission length were optimized to 1.1 pF, 370 fF and 1467 [micro]m (30.7[degrees]).

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