Intertie

Definitions

  • Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • n Intertie (Arch) In any framed work, a horizontal tie other than sill and plate or other principal ties, securing uprights to one another.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • n intertie A short piece of timber used in roofing, and in timber-framing generally, to bind upright posts together.
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • n Intertie in′tėr-tī (archit.) in roofing, &c., a short timber binding together upright posts.
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Usage


In news:

The electrical intertie that connects Fairbanks with the utilities in Anchorage is a vital and under-utilized link in the local energy scene.
GVEA could get more electricity via Intertie .
Wyoming Colorado Intertie announces transmission service request.
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In science:

Analysis of variance, balance, decomposition table, design of experiments, efficiency factor, intertier interaction, multiphase experiments, multitiered experiments, orthogonal decomposition, pseudofactor, structure, tier.
Decomposition tables for experiments. II. Two--one randomizations
In this, the 3-level factors Temperature and Moisture have been combined into a single 9-level Treatment factor, the intertier interactions of Sites, Harvesters and Treatments have been included, and the notation × is used in place of #.
Decomposition tables for experiments. II. Two--one randomizations
As discussed in , Section 7.1, the usual default is that there are no intertier interactions because such inclusions would mean that the analysis cannot be justified by the randomization used.
Decomposition tables for experiments. II. Two--one randomizations
The approach using Table 6 forces the statistician to to consult the researcher about whether intertier interactions should be included, and, if so, to justify them.
Decomposition tables for experiments. II. Two--one randomizations
Tables 7(a) and (b) include the intertier interactions of Sites, Harvesters and Treatments, which suggests that it is anticipated that Harvesters and Treatments will perform differently at different Sites. 5.
Decomposition tables for experiments. II. Two--one randomizations
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