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parabolic

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(in ultrasonics) pertaining to flow conditions in blood vessels. Under parabolic flow, blood cells in the middle of the vessels move the fastest, with a gradual decrease in flow velocity for points farther away from the center.
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Assim, dizendo melhor, no primeiro caso, a parabola imita um outro genero que e diferente dele--ainda que, no caso, guarde com este genero grandes afinidades (o aspecto alegorico, a brevidade, a orientacao moral)--e que tambem lhe e anterior cronologicamente, no caso do genero fabula, genero que ja encontramos no capitulo nove do livro biblico de Juizes no Velho Testamento ("Foram uma vez as arvores a ungir o rei; e disseram a oliveira: Reina tu sobre nos.
Each parabola portion is split into 25 parts of equal length between the START and the END points, the parabola portion defining the skeleton is scaled to a chord equal to 1m and then rotated to zero incidence and the parabola portion defining the thikness distribution is scaled such as to obtain a maximum given thickness and 24 pairs of points are obtained to be arranged symmetrical on the already obtained skeleton.
En la parabola de los invitados al banquete, por ejemplo, los criados no simbolizan nada especial, sino que son necesarios unicamente para el desarrollo de la narracion.
El valor minimo de la parabola que aproxima estos tres puntos esta dado por
It can be seen that conventional parabola approach results are in close match with STAAD results while the results of Lin's approach are in good match with B-spline approach; particularly at the supports.
Los nueve relatos de Parabolas del silencio aletean alrededor de nuestra conciencia apocaliptica y nuestra miseria urbana, ambientados en un clima sordido, vaporoso, encandilado, seco, soporifero.
The parabola represents the universe we assume exists outside ourselves--separate from our ability to sense, perceive, interpret, comprehend, understand, or describe any part of the stuff that comprises it.
He found that all of the existing solutions to Chouard's equation must either yield a parabola or explode to infinity at the top.
Part of the challenge for the mathematics teacher, therefore, comes from the fact that the definition of the parabola is an answer to a question.
Rotating a parabola about its axis, one obtains a paraboloid of revolution (Fig.
Las dos novelas de Manuel Talens, La parabola de Carmen la Reina (1992) e Hijas de Eva (1997), y su volumen de cuentos Venganzas (1994), son un paraiso para el cervantino lector avisado, que ve resurgir ante sus ojos tanto los textos clasicos espanoles como auto-referencialmente el mismo mundo ficticio creado por Talens a la manera de Region o Magina.
Parabola UK industrial property unit trust: change of use to create yard space on vacant site; at M8 interlink industrial estate, Kirkshaws Road, Coatbridge.