column length

column length

The length of the roadway occupied by a column or a convoy in movement. See also road space.
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The performance of these analyses, including the separation efficiency, degree of resolution and analysis time, is dependent on the column particle size (affecting the physical and chemical interactions of the analyte moving through the column) and the column length -- decreasing the particle size and/or increasing the column length increases the sample resolution.
Compare Smithson's breezy narrative in "The Monuments of Passaic" (1967) with Judd's dull ruminations of the same time period and it's no surprise who got the most column length in Artforum.
In principle, the mode of functioning of the instrument (being capable of varying the length of its air column) is the same as that of the trombone and trombada-tirarsi, but the slide trumpet varied its air column length through use of a telescoping slide involving the main tubes of the trumpet, whose slide was extendible from the rear of the trumpet toward the performer.
If we think ourselves ready now to replace Humanist Manifesto II after only twenty-five years, we can only hope that this increase in column length and decrease in interval is not part of a trend.
The sensitivity of the model to changes in the column length for continuous system was examined.
The contract is for the supply of outboards column length 635 mm, in quantities of 222 pcs.
The angle of the column bending was maximum 100/20m column length, (American Petroleum Institute, 1993).
Hence taking these characteristics of the engineered formwork systems into account, it can be assumed that the amount of labour necessary for the formation of a column formwork is independent of the column cross section, but instead the column length can be used to characterize the magnitude of column formwork activity.
Since the internal volume of the case is determined by the load and wad column length used in its original loading, you should choose a case which originally contained a load similar to the one you intend to use.