annular ring


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annular ring

n.
An opaque area appearing in radiographs of the lung and indicating a cavity of tuberculosis. Also called pleural ring.
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Annular ring and wrap plating seem to be the primary drivers to calling out Class 2 when Class 3 was originally desired.
In recent years, many annular ring slot antennas have been developed for dual-frequency operations [1-13], and several of methods have been used to create antenna with dual-band characteristic.
The Hurriquake nail is made of a carbon steel alloy and includes annular rings, a larger head diameter, and a helical twist located directly below the nail's head (Curry 2007).
To keep these limitations at bay, Sumitomo launched commercial tires where an annular ring of foam is bonded to the tire innerliner using an adhesive where it cannot significantly move, stretch or touch the hot metal rim.
An inner annular ring on the nipple rests against the inside surface of the bottle neck, allowing air to flow into the bottle but preventing fluid from leaking out.
1 of this specification provides an equation and reference chart for land requirements, drill diameter, plus annular ring requirement and layer count.
An example is the elegant little Seecamp, which uses an annular ring in the chamber and the adhesion of the fired case to delay opening, a non-mechanical application.
A 2 X 2 array of rectangular slots and a 4 X 4 array of annular ring slots, both with stripline feed networks, have been built and tested.
The annular ring on the host board used to accommodate a through-hole DC/DC converter is all that is needed to affix DC/DC converters built with Position Perfect interfaces.
With chipboard floors, annular ring shank nails should be used.
There is minimal evidence of temporal bone fracture at the superior part of the annular ring along the notch of Rivinus.