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circumferential

/cir·cum·fer·en·tial/ (-fer-en´shal) pertaining to a circumference; encircling; peripheral.

circumferential

[sərkum′fəren′shəl]
encircling; pertaining to a circumference or perimeter.

circumferential

(sĕr″kŭm-fĕr-ĕn′shăl)
1. Encircling.
2. Pert. to the periphery or circumference of an object or body.
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z] increases, the the circumferential principal stretch of arterial wall becomes smaller under same internal pressure.
Circumferential fusion improves outcome in comparison with instrumented posterolateral fusion: long-term results of a randomized clinical trial.
Moreover, when the frequency increases, higher circumferential order guided modes can propagate in the pipe, amplifying the image amplitude of the crack.
The rehabilitation of Tipo-Tipo-Maluso Road Section of the Basilan Circumferential Road had started last January.
In circumferential driving of the package the winding angle does not change.
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Additional coupons were made from the outer jacket in the longitudinal direction, with the circumferential strands removed from the fabric to examine their contribution and assess the effect of the plain weave.
The cross-sectional area is calculated by amplitude and then the circumferential extent determined by the focused beams (broken down in octants) to determine the significance of the defect.
Analyzing the crack initiation, it was observed that crack propagation is mainly influenced by the circumferential stress , [[sigma].
Flowtite pipe is manufactured using the continuous mandrel process integrated with chopped roving and continuous glass fiber reinforcements in the circumferential direction.
They are available in a wide range of sizes for sealing either a bearing's outer ring or inner ring and can be specified for circumferential speeds up to 1000 surface feet per minute at the contact diameter.