a mesh or coil of fine wire in an electron tube, connected to the circuit so as to regulate the current passing through the tube.
any network of crossing horizontal and vertical lines; -- they are used, for example, as reference coordinates to locate objects or places on a map.
a network of connected conductors for distributing electrical power, especially one using high-tension lines for wide geographic distribution of power; as, the Northeast power grid.
A network of regularly spaced straight lines intersecting at right angles and used as a basis for rectangular coordinate map reference systems.
A framework or pattern of horizontal and vertical lines, sometimes with additional diagonals. Artists often use a grid to transfer and/or enlarge artwork onto a surface; e.g., from a photograph to canvas.
1. A wire mesh, such as that used for a grille. 2. The starting position of race cars based on their qualifying order.
A power systems layout of its substations and power lines.
Generally refers to a set of uniformly spaced lines intersecting at right angles to produce a pattern of rectangles (usually squares). Grids may be used to provide a reference mechanism when displaying information or to assist in the sampling of information.
Coordinate arrays without a mask, cell area, decomposition information; e.g., a T42 grid.
a series of horizontal and vertical lines used to assist the copy, art, and layout people in the design of an advertisement; an advertising design planning tool.
The structure of lines on which a Sudoku is played, i.e. the 9x9 square with lines defining every cell. Bold lines are also generally used to show regions.
Equally spaced parallel lines intersecting at right angles or 90°; normally upon a plat or map.
the pattern of crisscrossing lines on a map that helps pinpoint a particular location.
An imaginary structure of horizontal and vertical lines that organizes pages into consistent zones into which text and graphics can be fit. An underlying grid structure can be helpful in designing pages for the Web.
A set of non-printed lines similar to graph paper used a guide for layout of graphics and text.
The combination of transmission and distribution lines that make up a "grid" of power. This infrastructure moves electricity from a source-of-power to a consumption point (sink). A grid is usually managed by an ISO or an RTO.
An electrical transmission system.
A network of electric energy transmission lines and connections.
A term used to describe the network of wires and cables which transport electricity from a power plant.
a modular system of lines and coordinates used for the design and production of newspapers, magazines, books, brochures or posters.
The electric grid is a system of interconnected power lines and generators that is managed so generators are dispatched as needed to points on the grid. A grid can also refer to the layout of a gas distribution system in which pipes are laid in both directions and connected at intersections.
refers to a series of crossed lines that meet to form a boxed pattern used in the predetermined placement of photographs and graphic elements on a page. A series of nonprinting horizontal and vertical rules assist in creating and maintaining a grid for page layout (see illustration).
visible or implied series of points or intersections of axes
The order that the cars start in also known as the Starting Line-up
Network of electric transmission lines used to move energy. Under deregulation, the electric transmission grid is operated by a gridco that does not own generation or distribution assets.
Network of high voltage lines used for electricity transmission.
a power transmission and distribution system GS general support
1) Pattern of lines representing the layout of a newsletter. A grid may be imaginary, or it may be printed on paper or displayed on a computer screen. 2) Pattern of nonprinting guidelines on a pasteup board or computer screen. Grids help align and organize copy.
Rows of uniformly spaced vertical and horizontal dots you see in the IRIS Showcase drawing area. You can align objects to a grid.
The GRID is the network of transmission facilities over which electricity travels.
A two-dimensional network consisting of a set of equally spaced parallel lines superimposed upon another set of equally spaced parallel lines so that the lines of one set are perpendicular to the lines of the other.
In the Info Crystal Report Designer, the grid is an underlying network of "lines" that are similar to the lines on graph paper. You can use these lines to help align fields and graphics. If you have the Snap to Grid option toggled on in the File Options dialog box the Info Crystal Report Designer will automatically align any fields you insert or resize to the nearest grid coordinate.
Where the cars line up in rows waiting to make a run. The numbers on your windshield designate where you line up in the grid. There will always be at least one worker to help you get lined up.
Electric power supply grid
a pattern of lines usually drawn at right angles to each other to form rectangles.
A set of dotted horizontal and vertical lines for facilitating lay-out on a slide.
The underlying pattern of lines forming the framework of a page; also, to align elements on a page.
the transmission network (or "highway") over which electricity moves from suppliers to customers.
is a system of high-voltage transmission lines between the electricity generator and the distribution company or the customer. Currently, use of the grid and pricing of transmission services are regulated by FERC. Distribution is regulated by state agencies.
a system of high tension cables by which electrical power is distributed throughout a region
a network of horizontal and vertical lines that provide coordinates for locating points on an image
a formation of lay-lines creating a very strong vortex of Life Force energy
a pattern of parallel lines intersecting at right angles and forming squares or rectangles, and is used to identify precise positions
a regularly repeating pattern of line s separating some shape or an entire plane into small cell s
a series of columns and gutters that establish the underlying structure of a layout -- an invisible structure that shows you where to line up each element on the page
a series of equally spaced parallel lines set at right angles
a series of equally spaced vertical and horizontal lines drawn on a map
a series of horizontal and vertical lines that evenly and symmetrically divide a page, whether it is a printed page or a "page" in a website, or an online /computer-based application
a series of non printing vertical and horizontal lines that divide the page
a system of fixed horizontal and vertical divisions
a system of transmission and power lines that transport electric power to various points
a system that coordinates resources that are not subject to centralized control using standard, open, general-purpose protocols and interfaces to deliver nontrivial qualities of service
A design or pattern of regularly spaced horizontal and vertical lines crossed at right angles to each other.
The transmission and distribution networks operated by electrical utilities.
In order to meet the power needs at the grids in different points, a system of power lines and generators, interconnected is used. This is a grid.
A system of power lines and generators that are coordinated to deliver electricity to customers at various points.
A matrix of evenly spaced horizontal and vertical lines that help you align and measure drawings. The grid lines are not printed and serve only as a guide for drawing
Pattern of intersecting vertical and horizontal lines.
An orthogonal network of two sets of parallel, equidistant lines used for locating points on a printed circuit board.
The linking system of transmission lines, regionally and locally.
Network of transmission lines, substations, distribution lines and transformers used by central power systems
A crisscross of lines and squares that are the foundational design template for all life. The lines represent statements of "fact," while the spaces represent feelings or thoughts about that statement. The form could not exist without the void which surrounds it. It is a two-dimensional design (height, width) that has the capacity to be adopted into the Third Dimension through an attachment of depth (meaning and identification) that is supplied by the reader or viewer of the image. Without that connection, it remains merely a potential element, not an actual one. The vertical lines suggest connection to God, Goddess, All That Is. It is the "as above, so below" element of the image. The horizontal lines suggest a connection to everything and everyone upon the Earth Plane (i.e. "love your neighbor as yourself," and so forth).
Transmission line network used to distribute electric power.
A system of high-voltage transmission and power generating facilities that is interconnected with several other bulk power supply agencies on a regional basis. A grid enables power to be transmitted from areas having a surplus to areas experiencing a shortage.
The layout of the electrical transmission system or a synchronized transmission network.
An interconnected system of electric cables and power stations that distributes electricity over a large area.
The system of wires designed to transport electricity from its source of generation to its source of consumption.
Network of uniformly spaced parallel lines intersecting at right angles. When superimposed on a map, it usually carries the name of the projection used for the map- that is, Lambert grid, transverse Mercator grid, universal transverse Mercator grid.
A system of interconnected power lines that transport electricity from generators to consumers.
The electrical distribution system, as laid out by wires, conductors, stations, etc.
A synchronized transmission network that delivers electricity from generating stations to local distributors and other large users at high voltage.
A common term referring to an electricity transmission and distribution system run by large utility companies.
A system of regularly spaced horizontally and vertically crossed lines that gives regularity to an architectural plan. Also: in painting, use of a grid enables designs to be enlarged or transferred easily. See also cartoon.
A network of power lines or pipelines used to move energy.
A non-printed system of horizontal and vertical lines that divide the page and help the page designer align elements consistently.
The utility distribution system. The network that connects electricity generators to electricity users.
Two or more intersecting sets of regularly spaced parallel lines. It generates a pattern of regularly spaced parts, such as a street grid.
The layout of an electrical distribution system.
An electric utility's system for distributing power.
(power grid or utility grid) This refers to the public utility power system. If you get a monthly electric bill, you are "on the grid."
A network of electric power lines and connections.
a network of evenly spaces, parallel, horizontal, and vertical lines.
a network of evenly spaced, parallel, horizontal and vertical lines.
A defined array of horizontal and vertical lines which divide an area into uniform spaces called frames. The grid defines the arrangement of the rows and columns of micro images.
A pattern of regularly spaced horizontal and vertical lines forming square zones on a map used as a reference for establishing points. Grid examples are UTM, MGRS, and Maidenhead.
The electricity transmission and distribution system that links power plants to customers through high-power transmission line service.
an electric system linking transmission lines both regionally and locally
Network of high-voltage transmission lines.
A pattern of straight lines that cross each other to make squares.
A grid is a pattern of squares on your map which serve to fix your position. Coordinates will provide numbers that allow you to find a horizontal line and also a vertical line and follow them to the point of intersection, placing you at the bottom left-hand corner (south-west) of a particular grid.
When used in reference to utility power, it refers to a system of electrical transmission and distribution lines.
Network of lines on a plane surface upon which coordinates are based and to which the map features are referenced.
An arrangement of power lines connecting power plants and consumers over a large area, allowing for transmission and distribution of generated power.
(See Electrical Grid)
A data structure composed of points located at the nodes of an imaginary grid. The spacing of the nodes is constant in both the horizontal and vertical directions.
An orthogonal network of two sets of parallel lines for positioning features on a printed board. Some types are Drafting Grid, Placement Grid, Routing Grid.
A uniform system of equally spaced perpendicular and parallel lines superimposed onto aerial photographs, mosaics, maps, plan sheets and other representations of the earth's surface and used to identify the positions of points.
A network of high- or low-voltage, interconnected circuits along which electrical energy flows. See Transmission Grid.
An invisible series of lines, rectangles, or squares used by designers to organize elements on a page.
A utility term for the network of wires that distributes electricity from a variety of sources across a large area.
A rectangular two-dimensional array of cells in particular coordinate projection with a defined value for each data value at that cell coordinate of the grid. Each cell is defined by an x and y value.
a system that 1) coordinates resources not under centralized control; 2) uses general purpose standars, protocols and interfaces; 3) delivers significant levels of service (data access, data processing, and / or data storage) - Ian Foster's 3-Point checklist: what is the grid
A system of horizontal and vertical lines used to chart specific position coordinates i.e. the Latitude/Longitude Grid system.
the network of electrical transmission and distribution lines.
A pattern or network of crossing lines (such as on a map) by which a position may be determined.
Parallel vertical and horizontal lines forming squares drawn on a map as a basis for a system of map references.
A coordinate mesh upon which pixels are placed
A system of interconnected power lines and generators that is managed so that the generators are dispatched as needed to meet the requirements of the customers connected to the grid at various points. Gridco is sometimes used to identify an independent company responsible for the operation of the grid.
The network/system of interconnected transmission and distribution lines.
A network for the transmission of electricity throughout the state or nation.
Informal name given to the system of supplying electrical power from the source of generation to the end user, for example from the hydro-electric dam (source) to the residential home (end user). ()
The network of transmission lines, distribution lines, and transformrs uded in central power systems.
A pattern of straight lines, usually crossing each other to form squares.
A local coordinate system formed by flattening the surface of the Earth using a map projection such as Transverse Mercator (for areas with long N-S extents), Lambert Conformal (for areas with long E-W extents) or Stereographic (for squarish areas) and establishing a rectangular grid coordinate system on the flattened projection. State Plane Coordinate systems and UTM are grid systems. E-F H-I L-N O-P S-T U-Z
Term used to describe an electrical utility distribution network.
A matrix of horizontal and vertical lines dividing the document page.
In this context, the term "grid" refers to the electricity distribution system. Most electricity generation facilities provide power to the grid, where it is then distributed to electricity consumers, who are also connected to the grid.
horizontal and vertical rules used to plan the placement of text and graphics on the page
A network of elecric power lines and connections.
The network of utility power distribution.
A distribution network, including towers, poles, and wires that a utility uses to deliver electricity.
A (Cartesian) reference system of two sets of parallel lines intersecting at right angles forming squares; also used loosely of the (earth) graticule.
The high-voltage electricity transmission network, which transmits electricity throughout New Zealand over more than 12,000km of transmission lines, from generators to distributors and major industrial users. It is also referred to as the national grid, and it is owned by state-owned enterprise Transpower.
The power highways for electricity, including substations and large power lines. Hydroelectricity: Electric energy made by the conversion of energy produced from running water. Insulator: An object or material that does not let electricity pass through it. Kilowatt (kW): A unit for measuring electrical energy. 1,000 watts = 1 kilowatt
The system of transmission lines, regionally and locally, linking generating facilities to distribution systems.
a network of uniformly spaced horizontal and perpendicular lines which enclose an area (a cell) with an associated value assigned.
See also Computational Grid, Data Grid and Access Grid. The computing infrastructure for e-Science. Grids provides a way of utilising computing power that may be distributed across the internet. The term originally derives from the electricity grid, where you access power from a socket without knowing where or by whom it is generated.
Matrix of an electrical distribution system, the National Grid in the UK. There are no items for 'H' at the moment.
A network of evenly spaced horizontal and vertical lines, especially one used for locating points when placed over a map or chart
A rectangular layout of straight lines used for locating points on a plan. (Grid lines for stanchion layout.)
A set of points arranged in an orderly fashion on which specified variables are analyzed or predicted. Various forms of horizontal and vertical grids, each with particular characteristics, have been devised for use in numerical weather prediction.
A pattern of lines laid out at right angles to each other. Alternately, a series of intersecting lines dividing a map or chart into equal sections. Also, the intersecting bars, wires, or supports as in a grating or supports in a dropped ceiling.
A grid is a network of uniformly spaced parallel lines intersecting at right angles. The size of the grid rectangles can be defined under Properties in the “File” menu. If a grid is set, all objects are “snapped” to the grid, which means they are positioned so that their corners are located directly on an intersection of the grid. This allows for a more exact and uniformed layout for your report, however it is optional and can be turned off.
A typographic grid is a two-dimensional structure made up of a series of intersecting vertical and horizontal axis used to structure content. The grid serves as an armature on which a designer can organize text and images in a rationalist, easy to absorb manner. The less common printing term â€œreference grid,â€ is an unrelated system with roots in the early days of printing.