axial angle


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ax·i·al an·gle

an angle formed by two surfaces of a body, the line of union of which is parallel with its axis; the axial angles of a tooth are the distobuccal, distolabial, distolingual, mesiobuccal, mesiolabial, and mesiolingual.

ax·i·al an·gle

(ak'sē-ăl ang'gĕl)
An angle formed by two surfaces of a body, the line of union of which is parallel with its axis; the axial angles of a tooth are the distobuccal, distolabial, distolingual, mesiobuccal, mesiolabial, and mesiolingual.

ax·i·al an·gle

(ak'sē-ăl ang'gĕl)
Angle formed by two surfaces of a body, the line of union of which is parallel with its axis; those of a tooth are the distobuccal, distolabial, distolingual, mesiobuccal, mesiolabial, and mesiolingual.
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Thus the three results AE-error, ME-error, and (40) consistently show that axial angle sensors have 2.
For the perpendicular angle sensors we assumed optimized XMR-layout [1, 5], and for the axial angle sensors we used the small-R approximation (32).
The basic building block of axial angle sensors is the axialC4 cell, where four Hall plates are arranged evenly on a circle that is concentric to the axis of rotation.
However, for axial angle sensors this unavoidable angle error is three times larger than for perpendicular angle sensors (see (40)).