interstage


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interstage

(ˈɪntəˌsteɪdʒ)
adj
occurring or situated between two stages
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Northrop Grumman also produced several components and structures that flew on today's mission that included: the interstage, centerbody, thermal shield, composite payload fairing, payload attach fitting and the payload attach fitting diaphragm.
The scope of works include construction of an underground and deep-sea tunnel, a side-stream filter plant, interstage pump, and the installation of gas turbines, steam turbines, chemical dosing systems, a dissolved air flotation system, and a plant control system.
IIICorp reported that project works include construction of an underground and deep-sea tunnel, a side stream filter plant, interstage pump, and the installation of gas turbines, steam turbines, chemical dosing systems, a dissolved air flotation system, and a plant control system.
The nominal shift is believed to be due to interstage pressure measurement on engine.
The National Pediatric Cardiology Quality Improvement Collaborative (NPC-QIC) started in 2009 as a means of identifying best practices to decrease interstage mortality after the first palliative surgery by initiating a quality improvement and data collection program.
Interstage sample-and-hold amplifiers (SHAs) are adopted to enhance the quantization time.
Such a weight represents a certain bandwidth of input and output ports and interstage links connecting these input and output ports.
"Falcon Heavy interstage being prepped at the rocket factory.
Fujitsu's integrated AR platform product, FUJITSU Software Interstage AR Processing Server, is used to run the smartphone app.
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