A fully randomized test was done with two factors: (1) bit type with three levels, carbide hammer, knife-edge
, and combo bits; and (2) loading method with two levels, high speed blowing and conveyor fed (gravity drop).
In essence the test boils down to having a point light source and knife-edge
at or near the centre of curvature of the mirror and measuring the longitudinal position of the knife-edge
, against the radial position of nulls or crests in the shadows appearing in the mirror.
This loss is approximated by the knife-edge
propagation model, as shown in Figure 4.
The aluminum rain gauge housing has a 6-inch knife-edge
Basking sharks may not be living on the knife-edge
of starvation after all.
In its lightning changes of direction and in its knife-edge
wariness, it left the realm of words far behind and dealt with pure feeling.
MANY businesses are on a knife-edge
as the threat of a double-dip recession looms ever closer, says a West Midland business expert.
The vote could tip the balance of power in the knife-edge
Last night he said: "Everybody's hands are tied and people are living on a knife-edge
CAROLINE Spelman's future was on a knife-edge
yesterday after a report failed to clear her over payments to a nanny.
THE top-of-the-table battle between Cleveland Hall and Redheugh BC left the league championship on a knife-edge
When the figures were broken down by region Wales had the highest rate of people living on a financial knife-edge
than anywhere else in the UK.
final, which ended with Jonny Wilkinson's soaring drop goal in the last moments of extra time and prompted euphoria across the country, won the NationalTelevision Awards TV Moment of the Year.
SECTARIAN tensions were on a knife-edge
last night as Orangemen returned to flashpoint north Belfast amid fears of a full-scale riot.