lateral spread

lateral spread

A technique used to place the mean point of impact of two or more units 100 meters apart on a line perpendicular to the gun-target line.
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Micro-segmentation -- In order to prevent the lateral spread of threats in the data center, VMware NSX enables micro-segmentation, which embeds security into the hypervisor layer to enable the use of granular, attribute-defined security policies.
More powerful lateral loads occur as a result of unpredicted events such as heavy wind, earthquakes, slope failure and lateral spread induced by liquefaction.
Carbon Black Integration - Speed remediation by automating Carbon Black Enterprise Protection policy implementation based on Failsafe findings, including a kill process, the ability to ban and quarantine suspect binary files and machines, as well as the ability to prevent the lateral spread of infections once they have breached the network.
Duration of the freezing was 2-3 minutes with tissue temperature of -180 degree C, the lateral spread of frost measured 5mm beyond the obvious limits of the tumour.
To light the band of labels, Bobeck used incandescent PAR36 lamps with narrow spots and lateral spread lenses.
protect valuable business data and intellectual property, limit lateral spread
It combines ConvaTec's proprietary Hydrofiber Technology wound contact layer, which has been shown in vitro to gel on contact with wound fluid to lock in exudate and prevent the lateral spread of fluid, with a waterproof barrier that allows for the evaporation of excess moisture while protecting against viral and bacterial penetration.
golfers "The trenches will stop the having lateral spread of the burning but won't, however, stop the area from continuing to burn.
The trenches will stop the lateral spread of the burning but won't, however, stop the area from continuing to burn.
If confirmed, a lateral spread "would represent a failure in biosecurity," said John Glisson, vice president of research for the U.
The course also includes analysis procedures for liquefaction and liquefaction-induced lateral spread or flow failures, seismic settlement analysis, and geotechnical hazard mitigation measures.
Our research extends previous modeling, using the Weather Research and Forecasting (WRF) coupled fire-atmosphere model, WRF-Fire, to specifically consider the effect of wind speed in generating the fire-induced vorticity necessary to drive the lateral spread associated with fire channeling.