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unit length

[′yü·nət ′leŋkth]
(communications)
Basic element of time used in determining signaling speeds in message transmission.
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G = the conductance of the dielectric per unit length
The force per unit length along the distalmost setule was calculated using the equation (Tritton, 1988; Schwartz et al., 1997)
As an increment, we will determine the increment of the initial volume [v.sub.1] during the passage of the signal at a distance of the unit length, see Fig.
Wales and Courses Per Unit Length. The wales and courses per unit length of single jersey, 1x1rib, interlock, single pique, and fleece knitted fabrics have been studied and the results are shown in Figures 2 and 3.
The lateral displacement, lateral load, and moment profiles were obtained and used to calculate the soil resistance per unit length, p, through the double integration of the bending moment profile and the pile deflection, y, by taking the second derivative of the moment profile.
To clarify the behaviors of raindrops in the wind fields of the downbursts and their effects on the motion of high-voltage conductors, raindrops' velocities and their loads on the high-voltage conductors per unit length in the wind field of downbursts must be evaluated firstly.
Teres, "Early indicators of prolonged intensive care unit stay: Impact of illness severity, physician staffing, and pre-intensive care unit length of stay," Critical Care Medicine, vol.
For line fires, Yuan and Cox [38] give a functional relationship between flame length and heat release rate per unit length:
er number of defects in each unit length of 100 m for fifty reels of enamel wires (total of 180,000 meters of wire) in the chronological order in continuous production automatic technological process is experimentally determined.
The first few in the sequence are shown in Figure 1 with the basic unit length separated by dots.
25.2), mean intensive care unit length of stay (5.2 vs.

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