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Basis Weight

The weight of 500 sheets of standard-size paper. This weight varies by the type of paper because different papers have different standard sizes. The basis weight is used in shipping. It is also called the basic weight or the paper weight.
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A knowledgeable dealer will know the basic weight of the boat, batteries and a full tank of gas, but it's vital to make sure the dealer understands the other things you plan to stow in your boat while you trailer.
Basic weight lifting will help to enhance the amount of lean tissue we carry making us look more toned.
These are basic weight lifts to tone up the biceps which you repeat 15 times.
So, when the web basic weight keeps constant, the fiber number in the web decreases with the increasing fiber diameter, leading to the increasing web unevenness.
The fact the aircraft was "only" about four percent overweight seems to be given in a manner intended to somehow mitigate the seriousness of violating the basic weight limitation, but let's take a deeper look.
The following is basic weight reduction guidelines:
Basic weight is 8.25 pounds giving an all-up weight of around 9.25 to 9.5 pounds, an excellent compromise between steadiness of hold and portability.
Analyzing MD/CD Basic Weight Variation, Evaluating Headbox Performance, Wet End Additives, Analysis, Evaluating Dryer Section Performance, and Evaluating Size Press, Calendars and Coaters.
At NAS Dallas, Texas, in May 1953 an AD-4 Skyraider set a load-carrying record when it was flown with 10,500 pounds of bombs on board, 3,000 pounds more than its basic weight. This was a credit to its design and to the mighty power plant, which now delivered 2,700 horsepower.
A program that contains a few basic weight training movements grouped together into one workout can work very well as a metabolic stimulating tool.
Some coaches and athletes incorrectly believe that rate of force development is only relevant during ballistic movements, but not during basic weight training exercises (e.g.