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polyhedral

 [pol″e-he´dral]
having many sides or surfaces.

pol·y·he·dral

(pol'ē-hē'drăl),
Having many sides or facets.
[G. polyedros, many-sided, fr. poly- + G. hedra, seat, facet]

polyhedral

/poly·he·dral/ (-he´dril) having many sides or surfaces.

polyhedral

having many sides or surfaces.

polyhedral

having many sides or surfaces.
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PUSCH, From the boundary element method to local Trefftz finite element methods on polyhedral meshes, in Domain Decomposition Methods in Science and Engineering XVIII, M.
Comparison of the multi-sphere and polyhedral approach to simulate non-spherical particles within the discrete element method: influence on temporal force evolution, Powder Technology 208: 643-656.
Objects decorated with welded gold beads, produced in a similar way to the gold polyhedral beads, have also been found.
Hydraulic Evaluation of the Flow over Polyhedral Morning Glory Spillways, World Applied Sciences Journal, 9(7): 712-717.
Plus, the grid's consistency makes finite element calculations easier than accounting for a variety of irregular finite elements (such as polyhedral that need to be distorted to fit a curve).
A plant's cellular arrangement can also have engineering parallels: the cells in wood, for instance, are aligned like engineering honeycombs, while polyhedral cell configurations, such as those found in apples, resemble industrial foams.
This gold parure is set with sliced garnets, and comprises a large eagle-shaped costume ornament, two fibula, a belt buckle and tip, a polyhedral ornament--a hat pin or earring--and two circular ornaments.
Histopathology identified polyhedral epithelial cells arranged in sheets and strands that exhibited nuclear pleomorphism and variable hyperchromasia without mitoses.
Magnanti: Sensitivity analysis for variational inequalities defined on polyhedral sets, Math.
They are the (closed) cells of a polyhedral complex, which we denote by D(A).
Then they dip the screen in a blend containing two compounds: POSS (fluorodecyl polyhedral oligomeric silsesquioxane) and PEGDA (polyethylene glycol diacrylate).
Chapters cover distributing points of geodesic spheres, polyhedral frameworks, subdivision schemas.