Our current understanding tells us that turbulence in the solar wind should not be affected by the speed and direction of travel of that solar wind.
What does DOT stand for?
DOT stands for Direction of Travel
This definition appears very frequently
See other definitions of DOT
We have 201 other meanings of DOT in our Acronym Attic
- Design on Textile
- Designated Order Turnaround (NYSE trading method)
- Designating Optical Tracker
- Dicapo Opera Theatre (New York, NY)
- Dictionary Of Occupational Titles
- Diffuse Optical Tomography
- Digital Oligonucleotide Tiling
- Digital Opportunity Task Force
- Digital Optical Tape
- Diocese of Torit
- Directly Observed Therapy
- Directly Observed Treatment (tuberculosis)
- Director of Technology
- Director Of Training
- Director On Target
- Directory of Trades
- Discovery on Target (medical discovery conference)
- Disodium Octaborate Tetrahydrate
- Distributed Object Technology
- Distribution Oriented Technologies (Jordan, Amman)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The direction of travel is that taken by Blair and Brown.
In digital compass mode the BackTrack indicates direction of travel in compass degrees with reference to magnetic North.
The brake was very effective for the simple reason that any movement of the wagon in the direction of travel pulls the wedge tighter.
Due to winds, flight times can differ substantially, depending on the direction of travel.
Precise positioning accuracy is maintained during acceleration and deceleration, as well as for direction of travel reversals.
The Series 400 TRT (transverse roller top) belt features rollers that turn perpendicular to the belt's direction of travel, facilitating smooth 90[degrees] transfers, improving throughput and eliminating green and finished tire scuffing.
The alarm signal is received at the Central Console(s) and the resident's identification, location, and direction of travel are graphically displayed on a computer monitor.