spiral line

spiral line

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This paper researches on the geometrical property of spiral line in cylindrical surface which is helpful to the variable lead transmission performance.
In the spiral heat source model, the buried coil is represented by a spiral line heat source with pitch b and emits heat at intensity [q.
The crests of the standard male thread form are then drawn tightly against the wedge ramp, eliminating radial clearances and creating a continuous spiral line contact along the entire length of the thread engagement.
6) Note that information flows uninterruptedly along a spiral line but not along the axis of table movement (z-axis), where information is intermittent and subdivided by intervals if the pitch is >1.
BM produces its SAW spiral line pipes in its Izmit plant with total capacity of 150,000 tons, between 14-100 inches diameter, for oil, gas and water pipes as well as piling applications.
With its unique modular design, the M-series GYRoCOMPACTO[R] self-stacking spiral line is said to incorporate more than 215 improvements to previous designs.
A darker spiral line is frequently present just below the periphery, occasionally another just above it and sometimes a third in the middle of the base.
The taxon was defined on the basis of a few shell characters, namely a spirally sculptured protoconch, a teleoconch with regularly spaced axial ribs and spiral lines in the interstices, a biconical shell shape, and a paucidentate aperture (Pilsbry 1919).
I then demonstrated how they could build their branches using spiral lines that touched the top and sides of the paper so they would have a full tree.
Our local art standards state that our kindergartners will be able to identify straight, curved, zigzag, wavy, and spiral lines.
It is a bold riot of flowers and foliage realised with striking curves and spiral lines.