axial position


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axial position

A radiographical examination position in which an image is obtained with the central ray entering the body at an angle.
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In addition, when the aspect ratio increases, the unevenness along axial position will also increase.
f] the air drawing coefficient of fiber as a function of the Reynolds number, which will vary with axial position, [C.
The monosubstituted and disubstituted transition states, 6 and 7 respectively (Figure 3 and Figure 4), had the ethynyl anion attacking the trigonal bipyramidal boron center in the axial position and the leaving group fluorine, coordinated with magnesium bromide, in the second axial position.
3 gives a comparison between numerical and experimental results of tangential velocities at the axial position of z = 0.
The central bearing section fixes the faceplate in the axial position.
Precision finishing hubs and borers supply an exact axial position for single embedded and high-precision sharpened mini-finger joint cutters, so that the single cutter itself--depending on working width and height--can be assembled within a set.
A tenaculum is not always required, but its use on the anterior lip of the cervix may help steady the cervix and provide countertraction during insertion of the hysteroscope through the cervical canal, especially if the cervix is not in an axial position.
Used extensively throughout industry to monitor rotating shaft alignment and axial position, particularly on steam and gas turbines, centrifuges and pumps, Sensonics proximity probes provide a range of non-contacting measurement configurations and comply with the API 670 standard.
According to these authors in both compounds each metal atom is surrounded by a transplanar arrangement of two O and two N atom lying at corners of a square, six co-ordination is completed by two chloride atom which occupy the axial position so that the whole polyhedron can be described as a distorted octahedron.
This article describes 2 such methods of imaging the shoulder in an axial position.
With X-Melt, this is achieved by moving the screw forward to a desired axial position, then locking it in place to allow the pressure to distribute evenly in the melt, in front of the screw.