the wheelbase increased by 8 in 203 mm , giving much better passenger accommodation. a heater was now a standard fitting. bench seats were fitted in front and rear with folding centre arm rests. they were covered in vynide, with leather available as an option.
the 6mm br is a centerfire cartridge created for benchrest shooting.the cartridge is also known as the 6mm bench rest or simply 6 br, and has also developed a following among varmint hunters because of its efficiency. there are two basic variants of very similar dimensions, known as the 6mm br remington and the 6mm norma br
chabudai are used for various purposes, such as study tables, work benches, or dinner tables shokutaku 食卓、しょくたく . in the winter, the chabudai is often replaced by a kotatsu, another type of short-legged table equipped with a removable top and a heater underneath.
a football pitch also known as a football field or soccer field is the playing surface for the game of association football.its dimensions and markings are defined by law 1 of the laws of the game, 'the field of play'. the pitch is typically made of natural turf or artificial turf, although amateur and recreational teams often play on dirt fields.. artificial surfaces must be green in co
the competition standard is for the crease of the hip top surface of the leg at the hip joint to fall below the top of the knee; this is colloquially known as 'parallel' depth. confusingly, many other definitions for 'parallel' depth abound, none of which represents the standard in organized powerlifting .
henry maudslay built a bench micrometer in the early 19th century that was jocularly nicknamed 'the lord chancellor' among his staff because it was the final judge on measurement accuracy and precision in the firm's work. in 1844, details of whitworth's workshop micrometer were published.
many exercises can be done using the barbell, such as bicep curl, bench press, olympic weightlifting, over head press, deadlift, and squat. standard barbells are usually an estimated weight of 20 kilograms 44 lb .
history. gastronorm originated in switzerland during the 1960s when various associations gathered and agreed on standard dimensions for movable kitchen inserts and containers such as pans, trays, wire racks as well as other kitchen utensils and equipment. the standard was first formalized 17 november 1964 when different swiss hotel associations gathered and agreed on the basic metric size of .
the competition standard is for the crease of the hip top surface of the leg at the hip joint to fall below the top of the knee; this is colloquially known as 'parallel' depth. confusingly, many other definitions for 'parallel' depth abound, none of which represents the standard in organized powerlifting.
a standard specimen is prepared in a round or a square section along the gauge length, depending on the standard used. both ends of the specimens should have sufficient length and a surface condition such that they are firmly gripped during testing. the initial gauge length lo is standardized in several countries .
there is little evidence that the dimensions of these early racks were standardized. the 19-inch rack format with rack-units of 1.75 inches 44.45 mm was established as a standard by at&t around 1922 in order to reduce the space required for repeater and termination equipment for toll cables .
an optical table is a vibration control platform that is used to support systems used for laser- and optics-related experiments, engineering and manufacturing.the surfaces of these tables are designed to be very rigid with minimum deflection so that the alignment of optical elements remains stable over time. many optical systems require that vibration of optical elements be kept small.
supply-chain operations reference scor model is a process reference model developed and endorsed by the supply chain council as the cross-industry, standard diagnostic tool for supply chain management. the scor model describes the business activities associated with satisfying a customer's demand, which include plan, source, make, deliver, return and enable.
a 19-inch rack is a standardized frame or enclosure for mounting multiple electronic equipment modules. each module has a front panel that is 19 inches 482.6 mm wide. the 19 inch dimension includes the edges or 'ears' that protrude from each side of the equipment, allowing the module to be fastened to the rack frame with screws.
benchmarking is the practice of comparing business processes and performance metrics to industry bests and best practices from other companies. dimensions typically measured are quality, time and cost. benchmarking is used to measure performance using a specific indicator cost per unit of measure, productivity per unit of measure, cycle time of x per unit of measure or defects per unit of .