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tr.v. sec·tion·al·ized, sec·tion·al·iz·ing, sec·tion·al·iz·es
To divide into sections, especially into geographic sections.

sec′tion·al·i·za′tion (-lĭ-zā′shən) n.
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Noun1.sectionalization - the act of dividing or partitioning; separation by the creation of a boundary that divides or keeps apart
separation - the act of dividing or disconnecting
subdivision - the act of subdividing; division of something previously divided
septation - the division or partitioning of a cavity into parts by a septum
zoning - dividing an area into zones or sections reserved for different purposes such as residence and business and manufacturing etc
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Isolation stoppings for sectionalization of panels vw 04 and vw13 in v seam at damini ug mine of sohagpur area.
Figure 5 shows the concept of the ventilation modification in both eastbound and westbound tunnels with emphasis placed on the divided exhaust duct, sectionalization dampers, and fans upgrades.
With the CENX solution, the mobile service provider can now monitor the performance of circuits provided by access vendors, reduce mean time to repair with intuitive fault sectionalization, and automate the delivery of authoritative intelligence to ensure that SLAs are met.
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Larson asks: "[H]ow can an improvisation based on such a theme [an AABA form] avoid excessive sectionalization and achieve integration?
Integrated connection-oriented Ethernet transport technology delivers private-line quality packet aggregation and connectivity services with the proven operational robustness of optical networking, including transport-class software and database management, management interface functionality, and precision fault sectionalization.
Accordingly, EPRI's research was directed toward a control system that would have some self-healing capability--a system, in other words, that could anticipate disruptive events by detecting signals indicating an important change, conduct a real-time assessment of the changing state of the system, determine how close the system is to some "edge" in performance, and remedy or isolate the problem (isolation, sectionalization, and adaptive islanding, which are discussed below).
Such plans should clearly address proper call-out procedures, availability of personnel and equipment, system sectionalization procedures in case a segment of a system is shut down, procedures for requesting assistance from police and fire personnel, and other details appropriate or unique to each utility's needs.
Not content to just give consumers outdoor seating and tables, Laneventure also is selling grills, fireplaces and outdoor kitchens made front synthetic brick that, through sectionalization, can be customized.
Because the G86 is lighter than the 130GS, it can be moved via CH-47 helicopters without sectionalization.
Management capabilities for connectivity verification, performance assessment, and fault sectionalization are defined supporting the multiplicity of roles (user, service provider, network operator) and organizations in today's transport network.
Remote circuit problem sectionalization, for pin-pointing circuit troubles to the specific line repeater, module, or cable pair.