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test depth

The depth to which the submarine is tested by actual or simulated submergence. See also maximum operating depth.
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It's able to sail for up to 11,000 nautical miles, attain speeds up to 44 km/hour undersea, and can submerge to a test depth of 500 meters, according to Military Factory.
Embedded board test offers the advantage of an improved test depth for complex boards even without needles, and an embedded functional test can be implemented while embedded programming makes external programmers unnecessary.
In production, it is therefore possible for the first time to perform series tests of radar sensors with a reasonable test depth.
For immediate observation, the Bjonteggard Delta PSNR (BD-PSNR) and Bjonteggard Delta Bitrate (BD-Bitrate) [21] of the synthesized views for the test depth maps between the proposed scheme and the 2-D DCT based scheme are shown in Fig.
They can be tested with the same quality as the 0-series and finally the serial product--the same test depth, the same pin-level fault information.
As Thresher neared her test depth, Skylark received a message from the submarine that it was experiencing minor difficulties and that it was "attempting to blow.
In the project, the test effort was reduced by 85% compared to non-HIL testing methods and simultaneously achieved a significantly higher test depth.
At its Bastora 1 well in Iraqi Kurdistan, where DNO reported an unstabilised oil flow, the company said the flow rate from one test depth has now been measured at 500 to 600 barrels per day (bpd).
Following completion of the drilling at Old Pirate, the drill rig will move immediately to test depth and strike extensions of mineralisation at the Buccaneer Porphyry Zone with an initial eight holes to >300 metres depth and further deeper drilling planned for later in the program.
Today we only use oars in emergencies or to test depth.
Brandhuber said he was in the wardroom with the civilians, who were on board for a daylong tour, when the captain made it known that the sub had gone to test depth, or any depth exceeding 800 feet (around 240 meters), the maximum operating depth the Navy can make public.