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angular

(ang′gyŭ-lăr) [L. angularis, having corners or angles]
Having corners or angles.
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between the maximum total orbital angular momentum when all the planets orbit in the same plane and the total angular momentum determined from the orbital data.
Measuring angular velocity with computer vision also has some defects, such as the environmental air quality and time-consuming process.
There are a variety of ways to either measure or calculate angular velocity and angular acceleration.
A tornado-like vortex ([zeta]max) develops if angular momentum-rich air, which develops within an airstream that passes through the downdraft of a heat sink, is forcibly converged beneath the elevated heat source.
With the harmonic vibration assumption, the angular displacement v(x, t) of the CNT can be defined as
Results showed that stimulation to the left angular gyrus resulted in a faster comprehension of meaningful relative to non-meaningful word pairs when compared with both sham and right angular gyrus stimulation.
where [omega] [member of] [R.sup.3] is the angular velocity vector of the rigid body, [tau] [member of] [R.sup.3] is the command torque vector, and I [member of] [R.sup.3x3] is the inertia matrix of the rigid body.
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As evidenced from the above discussions, the hub path and swing angular trajectories are important contributors to generating and maximizing club head velocity at impact.
It's modern angular design If you were to show this photograph to anyone in the country they would think it was a new Guggenheim museum somewhere in Europe.