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Gauge point


  • Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • Gauge point the diameter of a cylinder whose altitude is one inch, and contents equal to that of a unit of a given measure; -- a term used in gauging casks, etc.
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In literature:

The gauge pressure at this point reaches 24 pounds.
"Scientific American Supplement, No. 799, April 25, 1891" by Various
The pressure gauges at Lake View, the point of heaviest pressure, register 820 lbs.
"The Lake of the Sky" by George Wharton James
Every tiny piece is gauged on all its sides and in every hole and at all points with this double gauge system.
"The Boy With the U.S. Census" by Francis Rolt-Wheeler
By changing our gauge we would simply change the point of transfer to Selma.
"Scientific American Supplement, No. 623, December 10, 1887" by Various
The index finger pointed to the gauge at 122 degrees.
"Golden Days for Boys and Girls, Vol. XII, Jan. 3, 1891" by Various
The point being taken off, the staff can be used with the cylinder gauge, to measure the distance to which the latter descends.
"Ordnance Instructions for the United States Navy." by Bureau of Ordnance, USN
He reached for the helmet, but the man shook his head, pointing to the oxygen gauge.
"Badge of Infamy" by Lester del Rey
It was at this point that the entire volume of the Amazon could be gauged at a glance.
"Across Unknown South America" by Arnold Henry Savage Landor
The needle of the gauge moved over to its farthest point.
"Hunters Out of Space" by Joseph Everidge Kelleam
He leaned into the canopy and with an over-stiffened index finger pointed forcefully at each gauge.
"A Fine Fix" by R. C. Noll
The gauge of the first tramroad laid down had virtually settled the point.
"Lives of the Engineers The Locomotive. George and Robert Stephenson" by Samuel Smiles
He laughed, and pointed to a small iron gauge on the table.
"Our Young Folks at Home and Abroad" by Various
He tried to gauge the point where it would be air-borne, but it was too hard.
"The Golden Skull" by John Blaine
The air gauge showed an almost normal Two-Nine-point-Three-Two pounds, sufficient oxygen content, and a satisfactory circulatory rate.
"Spillthrough" by Daniel F. Galouye
From no point of view would it conform to the gauge of soundness.
"The Tempering" by Charles Neville Buck
With this gauge the points can be adjusted to any position on the table as required.
"Practical Bookbinding" by Paul Adam
That the broad gauge was superior in the points of safety, speed, and conveyance of troops.
"The life of Isambard Kingdom Brunel, Civil Engineer" by Isambard Brunel

In news:

In centrifugal pumps that are pumping caustic or any acid, on the pump discharge line there is first NRV then pressure gauge along with drain point and after that an isolation valve.
For October the gauge rose one point to 41, the highest level since mid-2006.
Gauging the financial tipping point.
When you open this app, the home screen presents you with current conditions, including temperature, humidity, wind, visibility, UV index (a gauge of the strength of ultraviolet radiation) and dew point.
For rear-mounted batteries, run a 10-gauge wire from the ground stud to a convenient point near the front of the car where you can mount another stud.

In science:

Our starting point is that the topological susceptibility of the quenched gauge fields is nonvanishing, i.e.
Random Matrix Theory and Chiral Symmetry in QCD
In this paper, we propose a higher-spin extension of the equivalence principle, which unifies U (1) invariance, general-coordinate invariance and a huge amount of another gauge symmetries into one simple gauge law associated with the geometry of point particle phase space.
Point particle in general background fields and generalized equivalence principle
J (x) gives us the n-point functions of F ’s in the Schwinger-Fock gauge.
Generating Functional and Large N-Limit of Nonlocal 2D Generalized Yang-Mills Theories ($nlgYM_2$'s)
In the F-P method and some other contexts it is assumed that there exists a Haar measure of the form Qx dω (x) on the local gauge group, where dω (x) stands for the usual Haar measure on some compact Lie group(at the spacetime point x).
A simple proof that $C^{\infty}({\bf R}^n,U(1))$ does not have a Haar measure
The red line intersects the G2 0 = 0 axis at T 2 = g 2 YM /Q, which is indeed exactly the point where the ’t Hooft coupling of the gauge theory is of order one.
Duality Cascade and Oblique Phases in Non-Commutative Open String Theory
For example, it may be possible to find signatures of these phase transitions in the behavior of the thermal partition function of the gauge theory or of the two-point function of the stress energy tensor .
Duality Cascade and Oblique Phases in Non-Commutative Open String Theory
From mathematical point of view, the local gravitational gauge invariance is just the general covariance in general relativity.
Gauge Theory of Gravity
Before we start our mathematical formulation of gravitational gauge theory, we have to determine which group is the gravitational gauge group, which is the starting point of the whole theory.
Gauge Theory of Gravity
In other words, the starting point of the new quantum gauge theory of gravity is that the energy-momentum is the source of gravitational field.
Gauge Theory of Gravity
From above discussions, we know that, from mathematical point of view, gravitational gauge transformation is the inverse transformation of space-time translation, and gravitational gauge group is space-time translation group.
Gauge Theory of Gravity
The underlying point of view of this new quantum gauge theory of gravity is that gravitational field is represented by gauge potential, and curved space-time is considered to be a classical effect of macroscopic gravitational field.
Gauge Theory of Gravity
From mathematical point of view, general coordinates transformation is equivalent to local gravitational gauge transformation.
Gauge Theory of Gravity
We use this generation functional as our starting point of the path integral quantization of gravitational gauge field.
Gauge Theory of Gravity
In fact, we can use this formula as our start-point of path integral quantization of gravitational gauge field, so we need not worried about the influences of the third lines of eq.(10.18).
Gauge Theory of Gravity
The logic starting point of gravitational gauge field theory is gauge principle.
Gauge Theory of Gravity