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the extent of something from side to side

Synonyms for width

the extent of something from side to side

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The Pearson test was used to test for correlation between length of the heart and the length of the carina, between the width of the heart and the width of the thorax, and between the width of the heart and the width of the coracoid.
A computer then considers cutting bill quantity requirements and any special rip width priorities in determining the recommended rip pattern.
They range from tire tread extrusion width measurement and profiling, width measurement over a roller, lateral and radial runout for uncured tires, tire build measurement inspection, finished wheel alignment and measuring the volume of material on a conveyor belt.
The untrimmed working width of the machine is 3400 mm.
The longer lead allows the auxiliary channel to be included, while the width of the solids bed in the primary channel remains unchanged.
The molten steel is teemed from the ladle into a tundish and from there into the mold which defines the width and thickness of the finished slab.
AUSTIN, Texas -- JamTech today announced the production availability of its game changing product, the JM2020 True Fidelity([R]) sub-ranging pulse width modulation (PWM) digital audio amplifier.
The nonwoven article comprises a first zone with a width extending across a portion of the width of the nonwoven article and a second zone adjacent to the first zone.
In the tire industry, the primary use of the sensor is in the preparation side of a plant such as tire tread extrusion width and profiling, tire build lateral and radial run out and measurement of calendered rubber.
The most common technique to assess magnetization damping in magnetic films is to measure the ferromagnetic resonance line width of the material.
Keller has built two dual-reel skiving machines so far, both for a maximum total film width of 16 meters.
Previous bit-width specifications require one of two compromises: designers must either use native processor precision (64-bits for integer), requiring them to truncate the results and thus introduce artificial corner cases; or they must create a model using an arbitrary bit width resulting in much slower simulation speeds.