ellipsoidal


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ellipsoidal

describing an object that has the shape of a spindle or an ellipse.

el·lip·soid

, ellipsoidal (ē-lip'soyd, -al)
Spheric or spindle-shaped condensation of phagocytic macrophages in a reticular stroma investing wall of splenic arterial capillaries shortly before they release their blood in red pulp cords.
[G. ellips, oval, + eidos, form]
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However, since the outliers account for such a small portion of the data, they did not impact the density plot or ellipsoidal distributions when looking for effects of road characteristics on driver behavior.
We first relate these three mutually orthogonal ellipsoidal coordinates [xi], [eta], [phi] to cartesian x, y, z and spherical polar coordinate r as algebraic formulae in direct relations.
While forming local GPS/leveling geoid model, in the study area one makes use of the reference stations whose ellipsoidal (h) and Helmert orthometric (H) heights are known.
ljf](i, k) w(k + i)] [less than or equal to] 1, then, based on Definition 4, the ellipsoidal set [mathematical expression not reproducible] is a robust positively invariant set for system (10).
As we know that the illuminated ellipsoidal scattered region do not have the constant dimension a that's why rm is taken instead of a constant value a.
The ellipsoidal form of the Riemann path ([MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]) is given in (13) as:
the irregular striation-shaped and ellipsoidal cells, exist on the fractured surfaces of the foamed samples.
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Throughout this paper and in the figure captions we will refer to these projections of the intersection curve as spherical and ellipsoidal projections.
Its design relies on high-quality transfer optics and a precision ellipsoidal reflector.
FXLD120EW Daylight Dimmable Led Ellipsoidal Lighting Fixture
In this example we computed the specific absorption rate (SAR) of an ellipsoidal phantom placed inside a rectangular waveguide (see Fig.