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Stack

A unit of volume equivalent to 108 cubic feet. It is used in the sale of firewood.
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Similarly any component having a hole in it like a bearing ring, cage, O-ring, washer etc can be stacked in this machine.
Meanwhile, Negm explained that post-stack seismic inversion is used on a wider scope as it is used in the case of stacked data, as in the Matrouh basin in the Western Desert.
"What we are seeing more right now is on the homogeneous side--in particular, memories stacked on memories which themselves then are placed on an interposer along side of one or more SoCs," Pateras said, "And increasingly they will be placed on top of an SoC."
In this 3D package, TPs NexFET power MOSFETs are stacked on a ground leadframe using two copper clips to connect the input and output voltage pins (FIGURE 1).
Motorola introduced a stacked BGA approach as early as December 1992.
growers as a single trait and stacked with glyphosate tolerance through elite hybrids from Garst, Golden Harvest and NK.
To mark the 40th anniversary of the famous 40/4 stacking chair by David Rowland (40 chairs can be stacked into 4 feet).
Since our first experience with blocks in the playpen, we've all come to understand that things can only be stacked so high before the free-standing stack becomes unstable, wobbles, and collapses.
Narrow strips from 1" to 6" wide and 3/16" to 5/8" thick can be automatically stacked by the machines.
Elpida's newly developed stacked BGA (sBGA) technology creates a slim module (4.8 millimeter thickness) that increases air flow space between modules, thus improving thermal performance and reliability for server applications.
Though cargo losses at sea are as old as the shipping industry, the new twist is that today's modern container ships carry a significant part of their loads stacked above deck.
AUSTIN, TEXAS -- Driven by growth in mobile phones, shipments of stacked packages are expected to grow at a dramatic rate of more than 50% this year.