balancing

  1. getting two things to correspond
  2. compute credits and debits of an account
  3. hold or carry in equilibrium
  4. be in equilibrium

Balancing

A procedure for adjusting the mass distribution of a rotor so that vibration of journals, or the forces on the bearings at once-per-revolution, are reduced or controlled. See also: Counter Weight.
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Balancing

• (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Balance
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balancing

With wind turbine blades, adjusting their weight and weight distribution through 2 axes so that all blades are the same. Unbalanced blades create damaging vibration.
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Balancing

With wind turbine blades, adjusting their weight and weight distribution through 2 axes so that all blades are the same. Unbalanced blades create damaging vibration.
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Balancing

[bridge] In the game of contract bridge, balancing (or protection in Britain) refers to making a call other than Pass when passing would result in the opponents playing at a low level. Balancing is done by the player in the balancing position, i.e. to the right of the player making the last non-pass call. This is in contrast to bidding in t...
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Balancing

[international relations] The concept of balancing derives from the balance of power theory, the most influential theory from the realist school of thought, which assumes that a formation of hegemony in a multistate system is unattainable since hegemony is perceived as a threat by other states, causing them to engage in balancing against a ...
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balancing

Technique used in the VM code, referring to balancing various parameters such as the number of pages currently free, to avoid thrashing and other bad memory capacity artefacts. See zones, kswapd bug.
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