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.
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. US Department of Defense 2005.
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After the 2018 flood, scientists from the National Centre for Earth Science Studies (NCESS) had conducted an investigation and found that land subsidence, lateral spread and soil piping were immediate threats to life and property, particularly in the highlands.
Peterson says the most common method hackers use to quickly bring down a network is called "lateral spread." and it's one that you probably have already seen attempted.
Microvascular decompression for hemifacial spasm: evaluating outcome prognosticators including the value of intraoperative lateral spread response monitoring and clinical characteristics in 293 patients.
This indicates the deflection angle and the jet spread in the inner layer have strongly contact; the larger the deflection level, the higher the lateral spread rate of jet flow; the corresponding vertical spread rate is weakened.
More powerful lateral loads occur as a result of unpredicted events such as heavy wind, earthquakes, slope failure and lateral spread induced by liquefaction.
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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.
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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."