SbW


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SbW

abbr.
south by west

SbW

south by west.
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Noun1.SbW - the compass point that is one point west of due south
compass point, point - any of 32 horizontal directions indicated on the card of a compass; "he checked the point on his compass"
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Pearsonian coefficients of correlations were calculated among predators (lady beetle, spider) and prey American bollworm (ABW), spotted bollworm (SBW), pink bollworm (PBW) populations (Table I).
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Average daily gain was determined as the difference in initial SBW and carcass adjusted final SBW divided by 33 (days on test).
Tewks-bury, current president and CEO of SBW, will succeed him.
The SBW ECU judges the shift request from the driver and whether to perform a shift based on the vehicle state.
The SBW uses existing blended winglet technology, but adds new aerodynamic scimitar tips and a small outboard aerodynamic trailing edge wedge, further increasing the efficiency of the airplane.
The SBW of the transfer spectrophotometer was determined from 0.8 nm to 5.0 nm using the transmittance of two mercury lines at 253 nm and 297 nm.
The report covers the present scenario and the growth prospects of the global automotive steer-by-wire (SBW) system market for 2016-2020.
This paper presents a coordinated controller for comprehensive optimization of vehicle dynamics performance and energy consumption for a full drive-by-wire electric vehicle, which is driven by a four in-wheel motor actuated (FIWMA) system and steered by a steer-by-wire (SBW) system.
Steer-by-wire (SBW) system removes the mechanical linkages between the steering wheel (SW) and the front wheels, which makes the transmission ratio of SBW system variable.
The spruce budworm (SBW), Choristoneura fumiferana (Clemens) (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae), is the most severe defoliator of conifers in the Nearctic boreal forest [1, 2].