unit systems

unit systems

[′yü·nət ‚sis·təmz]
(optics)
Optical systems that have a lateral magnification of +1 or -1.
(physics)
Groups of units suitable for use in measurement of physical quantities and in the convenient statement of physical laws relating physical quantities.
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Alonso's British team mate Jenson Button had been due to test in the afternoon but McLaren decided to call it a day with the car requiring lengthy checks of the gearbox and power unit systems.
In his corporate role within Global Operations, Behlmer will be responsible for funds transfer, trade services, commercial loan operations, international electronic banking support, central billing unit systems and the payment and trade operations in 12 locations across the globe.
Students are assumed to have a basic knowledge of per unit systems, electrical circuits and machinery, and matrices.
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Automation Studio includes metric and imperial unit systems. Although the global unit system is determined during the installation, it can later be changed for each component individually or in a multiple selection.
There is no doubt in my mind that the student's intellectual development suffers by using English or both unit systems. They will inadvertently choose between a completely illogical "practical" language that is spoken at home and a refined, simple-to-use "abstract" language that is spoken mostly abroad.
Sterling believes that this method is no longer effective, as companies are increasingly, with varying levels of sophistication, amongst different internal business unit systems and those of external business or trading partners.
It has become obvious that the industry must decrease its use of point and unit systems that are simply guesstimates of resource consumption.