fibre bundle


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The fibre bundle travels a much shorter distance and is subject to less tension than would be the case with conventional knitting technology.
Modelling snow failure with a fibre bundle, Journal of Glaciology 55(194): 997-1002.
Mr Smith added: "To have a single fibre bundle means if a problem occurs then moneysupermarket.
But there is a second way of thinking of a fibre bundle.
Especially designed for Cotton spinning mills and tester is delivered with fibre bundle preparation unit, laboratory desk and container.
Tenders are invited for Refurbishment Of Existing Cfc Fibre Bundle In Rb-003 Of Dcu.
One of the reasons for the growing popularity of the new Fibre Home Entertainment plans is the 50% increase on speed on the starter plan (15Mbps), compared to the old Ooredoo Fibre bundles (7.
One of the reasons for the growing popularity of the new Fibre Home Entertainment plans is the 50 percent increase on speed on the starter plan (15 Mbps), compared to the old Ooredoo Fibre bundles (7.
Supercharging the uninterrupted connectivity provided by its fibre bundles, the company's new promotion will automatically enrich the existing customers for the next 3 months with 2.
Smooth Manifolds and Fibre Bundles With Applications to Theoretical Physics
During flap creation, approximately 37% of the main stromal nerve fibre bundles are damaged or severed.
As I stated some time ago, Telstra advised there was sufficient capacity to cater for all Tasmanian retail and wholesale customers on the two fibre bundles it owns and operates across Bass Strait.
by extending FTTP connections to Lehi and Park City business locations, it has scaled its fibre network to offer competitive pricing on IP-based fibre bundles that converge Internet, voice and cloud solutions, helping improve business productivity.
The award-winning work, Shape of a Ponytail and the Statistical Physics of Hair Fibre Bundles, centred around a new Ponytail Shape Equation, which took account of the stiffness of the hairs, the effects of gravity and the presence of the random curliness in human hair to model how a ponytail is likely to shape.
Coming on to the market now are new cables which are fibre bundles inside a flexible micro-duct, providing all the protection required without the need to first lay conduit then thread the fibres through.