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UNIT VECTORS
HEAD PART
LONG CYLINDRICAL SECTIONS
CYLINDRICAL CELLS
LONG CYLINDRICAL PIECE
CYLINDRICAL LENS 106
SIZE
BOA KNOT
CYLINDRICAL PROJECTIONS
CYLINDRICAL CONDITIONING ORIFICE 100
CYLINDRICAL ELECTRODE 52
CYLINDRICAL FLOWER CLUSTERS
CYLINDRICAL HOUSING
CLAVATE
APPROXIMATELY CYLINDRICAL
CYLINDRICAL HOLE
CYLINDRICAL HOLES
CYLINDRICAL PORTION
CYLINDRICAL VESSEL
CYLINDRICAL FORM
CYLINDRICAL STRUCTURE
CYLINDRICAL SURFACES
CYLINDRICAL OBJECTS
CYLINDRICAL COORDINATE SYSTEM
ROUGHLY CYLINDRICAL
CYLINDRICAL BODIES
CYLINDRICAL BODY
CYLINDRICAL LENSES
PLANE
SYMMETRY
CONTAINER
FUNGI
WOOD
LIGHT
COPPER
OPENING
FIBER
BOTTOM
FRONT
ASSEMBLY
CHARACTERISTICS
SIMILAR
MEANING
ENTIRELY
FLAT
TOP
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Unit Vectors

  1. The above results also apply for other orthonormal bases, such as cylindrical with unit vectors, or spherical with unit vectors.
  2. Incidentally, you may also see unit vectors in circular, cylindrical or spherical polar coordinates.

Head Part

  1. This cylindrical, post-like portion contains a blind hole for mounting the head part of a superstructure or substitute tooth.
  2. Inserted into the head part is a cylindrical body (14) which contains a ball-type check valve (20).

Long Cylindrical Sections

  1. Diamond drill - A rotary type of rock drill that cuts a core of rock that is recovered in long cylindrical sections, two cm or more in diameter.

Cylindrical Cells

  1. The cornea is fused with the lens, a palisade of elongate, cylindrical cells whose nuclei lie at their basal ends.

Long Cylindrical Piece

  1. Core - The long cylindrical piece of rock, about an inch in diameter, brought to surface by diamond drilling.

Cylindrical Lens 106

  1. The effect of the Scheimpflug condition imposed by the cylindrical lens 106 is illustrated by the before 108 and after 116 images.

Size

  1. Cylindrical maps have a lot of distortion in the polar regions (that is, the size of the polar regions is greatly exaggerated on these maps).

Boa Knot

  1. The boa knot is best used for securing objects in cylindrical loads.

Cylindrical Projections

  1. Existing viewers for panoramic images such as Apple Quicktime VR support rendered surfaces such as cylindrical projections.

Cylindrical Conditioning Orifice 100

  1. Aperture 102 may vary in size along the length of the cylindrical conditioning orifice 100, or aperture 102 may have aconstant diameter.

Cylindrical Electrode 52

  1. The lower end of the insulating member 53 extends lower than the lower end of the cylindrical electrode 52 and protrudes into the combustion chamber 13.

Cylindrical Flower Clusters

  1. Lemon bottlebrush gets its name from its cylindrical flower clusters that look like bottlebrushes.

Cylindrical Housing

  1. The novel magnetostrictive injector of the present invention as shown in FIG. 1 consists of a cylindrical housing 20 with a coaxial piston 10 within it.

Clavate

  1. Trichophyton differs from Microsporum and Epidermophyton by having cylindrical, clavate to cigar-shaped, thin-walled or thick-walled, smooth macroconidia.

Approximately Cylindrical

  1. The electrodes 10 are approximately cylindrical in shape and present flat face surfaces 20 to the spark gap 30.

Cylindrical Hole

  1. The shell includes an outer surface sized to fit within a cylindrical hole formed in the mandible at the implant site.

Cylindrical Holes

  1. Cylindrical holes sized to fit the implant root structure were drilled in the exposed jaw bone using conventional dental burs and drills.

Cylindrical Portion

  1. As shown in FIG. 1, a metal throttle shaft 6 is mounted to the cylindrical portion 2 and extends across the bore 3 in a diametrical direction of the bore.
  2. A countershaft 21 is mounted to the throttle body 1 in a position between the cylindrical portion 2 and the motor housing portion 4.

Cylindrical Vessel

  1. Tibetan butter tea contains rock salt and dre (yak) butter, which is then churned vigorously in a cylindrical vessel closely resembling a butter churn.

Cylindrical Form

  1. It is of a cylindrical form, increases in size as it passes backward, and ends in the straight sinus.
  2. The head is of a cylindrical form, and on its upper surface is a shallow cup or fovea for articulation with the capitulum of the humerus.
  3. All dental implants currently available are axilly symmetric (cylindrical form) and do not fit precisely in the individual tooth socket.

Cylindrical Structure

  1. An osteon is the cylindrical structure with bone.
  2. The flue gas stack is a cylindrical structure at the top of all the heat transfer chambers.

Cylindrical Surfaces

  1. A knob with partly spherical or cylindrical surfaces is adjoined to the unexposed edge of each tetrahedron edge component piece.

Cylindrical Objects

  1. A boa knot is a binding knot primarily used to hold a group of cylindrical objects together, such as a bunch of poles.
  2. Insert the group of poles or other cylindrical objects through the coil of rope created in Step 4.

Cylindrical Coordinate System

  1. In terms of a cylindrical coordinate system (Fig.

Roughly Cylindrical

  1. Structurally, the spinal cord is a double-layered tube, roughly cylindrical in cross section, though the diameter varies at different vertebral levels.
  2. HST was roughly cylindrical in shape, 13.1 m end-to-end and 4.3 m in diameter at its widest point.
  3. The bomb casing is roughly cylindrical, with the fission trigger at one end.

Cylindrical Bodies

  1. The cylindrical bodies of roundworms are covered with a tough exoskeleton, the cuticle.

Cylindrical Body

  1. Copepods typically have a short, cylindrical body, with a rounded or beaked head.
  2. Root 14 has a cylindrical body or stem 16 integrally joined to an enlarged generally cone-shaped head 18.
  3. This image intensifier tube outwardly is a cylindrical body which is circular in end view, and which defines an end edge 66.

Cylindrical Lenses

  1. Made possible the prescribing of combinations of spherical and cylindrical lenses to treat astigmatism.
  2. In this paper, we propose and realize an autofocusing system using two cylindrical lenses, which is the enhanced version of the previous astigmatism method.

Plane

  1. Topics include the surface patch, plane and cylindrical surfaces, the bicubic surface, the Bézier surface, and the surface normal.

Symmetry

  1. Surfaces of revolution are surfaces with cylindrical symmetry.
  2. Abstract: We introduce a complete gauge fixing for cylindrical spacetimes in vacuo that, in principle, do not contain the axis of symmetry.

Container

  1. The ends of the cylindrical container are fitted with the inlet and outlet valves.
  2. When a cylindrical rod is rotated inside a container of a newtonian fluid, centrifugal forces cause the fluid to be higher at the wall.

Fungi

  1. Most fungi grow as hypha e, which are cylindrical, thread-like structures 2–10  µm in diameter and up to several centimeters in length.

Wood

  1. A wood, paper, or plastic support, cylindrical or slightly tapered, with or without a conical base, on which yarn is wound.
  2. FOR BEST PRICE Cocktail stick - A cocktail stick is a short cylindrical stick, made of wood, that has points on both ends.

Light

  1. An optical fiber is a cylindrical dielectric waveguide that transmits light along its axis, by the process of total internal reflection.

Copper

  1. Cylindrical victory banners made of beaten copper are traditionally placed at the four corners of monastery and temple roofs.

Opening

  1. Central Vent: A central vent is an opening at the Earth's surface of a volcanic conduit of cylindrical or pipelike form.
  2. Central Vent: A central vent is an opening at the Earth's surface of a volcanic conduit of cylindrical or pipe-like form.

Fiber

  1. All knits. Fiber is cylindrical, soft and silken.
  2. Photonic-crystal fiber is made with a regular pattern of index variation (often in the form of cylindrical holes that run along the length of the fiber).

Bottom

  1. Today the crater looks like a cylindrical well, at the bottom of which is a reservoir 200m deep, filled with molten lava.
  2. The re-entry capsule has the same aerodynamic surfaces on the upper part of the capsule, and the same cylindrical housing at the bottom as Soyuz.
  3. The phantom lines represent the internal cylindrical shape formed into the bottom of each piston 112.

Front

  1. From front to back, a roughly spherical orbital module, a small smooth reentry module, and a cylindrical service module with solar panels attached.
  2. This is a cylindrical structure that is separated from the vertebral bodies in front and behind by disks of cartilage and fibrous tissue.

Assembly

  1. This assembly includes a first lever 36 journalled on the cylindrical portion of camshaft 30.

Characteristics

  1. Other characteristics include dark conidia 1- or 2-celled, variable in shape and size, ovoid to cylindrical and irregular, typically lemon-shaped.
  2. All knits. Characteristics: Fibre is cylindrical, soft and silken.

Similar

  1. The Apollo spacecraft was similar to the types used on the Moon missions, consisting of a conical Command Module attached to a cylindrical Service Module.

Meaning

  1. In the cylindrical coordinate system, a z -coordinate with the same meaning as in Cartesian coordinates is added to the r and θ polar coordinates.

Entirely

  1. Implant 100 includes a substantially cylindrical or bullet-shaped body 101 made substantially entirely of porous tantalum.

Flat

  1. Plano-Convex Cylindrical Lenses have one flat (plano) surface and one cylindrical surface curved outward (convex).
  2. In beetroot, the swollen storage root can be globular, cylindrical, flat or tapered, depending on the cultivated variety.

Top

  1. The roundness at the top and bottom is due to conversion to cylindrical perspective.
  2. The barometer tube was expanded into a cylindrical vessel at the top, and into this chamber a fine tube partly filled with water was inserted.
  3. Also, in the Greek practice, he wears the clerical kamilavka (cylindrical head covering) with a rim at the top.

Categories

  1. Shape
  2. Spherical
  3. Asci
  4. Implant
  5. Conical

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