measuring unit


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Noun1.measuring unit - a unit of measurementmeasuring unit - a unit of measurement    
unit, unit of measurement - any division of quantity accepted as a standard of measurement or exchange; "the dollar is the United States unit of currency"; "a unit of wheat is a bushel"; "change per unit volume"
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MWP is a measuring unit for the maximum output of a photovoltaic power plant.
The MarSurf PS 10 is a mobile roughness measuring unit and includes a smartphone-like 4.
The MarSurf PS 10 from Mahr is a practical roughness measuring unit for mobile use.
The rocket also carried seven small satellites developed by Japanese universities, including Shinshu University's unit for telecommunications experiments using LED light and Kagoshima University's vapour measuring unit, according to local reports.
By designing a measuring unit and an evaluation unit as separate assemblies, and introducing modular combinations achieving extremely high measuring accuracy, Kistler says the KiTorq system torque measuring flange allows test rig owners previously unknown flexibility in measuring torque.
This means that, by using a patented measuring unit located in the air supply line and under each hopper, the airflow can be adjusted and controlled instantaneously and independently hopper by hopper.
Tender : Supply of equipment to replace the equipment damaged by floods at the measuring unit of experimental dental surgery.
Observers have Aanoted that the internet @ stems fromAathe AaArabic "ar-rouba" (the fourth), an ancient Spanish measuring unit (arrobas), also used in anglo-saxon languages.
Also check that the distance measuring unit (DMU) is installed and its cable is connected.
The ship's hangar was the ground control station site, with link/GPS antennas and an inertial measuring unit (for sensing ship's movement) completing the required hardware.
02 x 10 to the 23rd power--which is a basic measuring unit in the field of chemistry.