Definitions for "Balancing"
Equalizing the volumes of energy withdrawn from a system with the volumes of energy input into the system. Typically refers to gas used by a customer versus gas supplied into the system by a marketer.
A key provision of F.E.R.C. Order #636 and local gas companies; it requires shippers to match the volumes injected into the pipeline and the volumes removed from the pipeline, either exactly, or within specified tolerances. The accounting is done on a daily or monthly basis and often involves penalties and cash outs.
A process that compares actual customer gas use with the amount of natural gas delivered to a local distribution company during a special time period (e.g., daily or monthly). The differences (either over or under) between these two amounts are called imbalances.
In a wheel (tyre, inner tube, fitting rim, brake drum, etc.) the weights are generally never evenly distributed, both along the circumference and transversally. This causes various tyres of vibrations which are transferred to the vehicle from the wheel both through the drive elements and through the suspension. The amplitude of the vibrations is proportional to the size of the weights and depends on the speed rating. In order to eliminate these vibrations, balancing is performed by adding one or more weights (counterweights) applied to the rimbalconies. Three types of imbalance can be identified: static, dynamic and torque. Fixed or mobile installation balancing machines are generally used for balancing a wheel.
in equipment exhaust systems, adjustments made after the ventilated equipment and the ventilation system are installed to ensure that air flow to each piece of ventilated equipment is within design specifications.
By adding small amounts of lead weights to the wheel, it is possible to equal out any unevenly distributed weight which may be present in the tire or wheel. Proper balance helps eliminate unwanted wheel and tire vibrations, and uneven wear caused by an out-of-balanced tire and wheel condition.
Process of ensuring that the forces and moments of a rotating mechanical component (or combination of parts) are in a state of equilibrium.
the ability to walk steadily on a wire, or stand on an elephant's back without falling
restores equilibrium
Balancing or hard balancing, in realist theories of international relations, refers to a state joining a weaker coalition to counter the influence or power of a stronger coalition. The term is derived from balance of power. Balancing is opposed to the neologism bandwagoning.
Keywords:  kswapd, thrashing, artefacts, bug, bad
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.
entering or reentering the auction on the basis of values partner is presumed to hold from the relative weakness of the opponents' bidding.
In the game of bridge, the term balancing (or protection) refers to making a bid other than pass when passing would result in the opponents playing at a low level. Balancing is done by the player in balancing position, i.e. at the right of the last bidder. This is to be compared by direct bidding which refers to bidding in direct position (i.e. by the player left of the last bidder).
A procedure performed at a POS device to reconcile or account for purchases, returns, cashbacks and voided transactions. Balancing is complete when the totals are cleared and the business date is changed.
getting two things to correspond; "the reconciliation of his checkbook and the bank statement"
Fine-tuning the air flow of a heating/cooling system to even up the delivery through a home.
The process of adjusting the flow of air in duct systems, or water flow in hot-water heating systems. Proper balancing is performed using accurate instrumentation to deliver the right amount of heating or cooling to each area or room of the home.
Keywords:  chakras, harmony, bringing, back, means
a means of bringing harmony back to the chakras
Keywords:  reel, see
See Reel Balancing.
The entire electric power system is designed to keep supply and demand in constant balance. To maintain this balance, a utility must constantly adjust its generation levels to meet changing electricity demands, while holding the electrical frequency of its power supply constant at 60Hz. Maintaining a constant electrical frequency is somewhat like maintaining a constant speed in an automobile. There are costs associated with these services.