centroidal

centroidal

(ˈsɛntrɔɪdəl)
adj
of or relating to a centroid
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Adj.1.centroidal - of or relating to (especially passing through) a centroid
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Gunzburger, Centroidal Voronoi Tessellations: Applications and Algorithms.
The centroidal coordinates of the remaining tracking points in each image were determined and stored for the visualization process.
Note, however, that this results in the CM for the wheelchair-platform combination being centered at point O; the CM of the wheelchair will, in general, be off the rotation axis, necessitating the corrections described later to find the centroidal mass-moment of inertia of the wheelchair alone.
Other known methods for clustering are: method of closest proximity, method of furthest proximity and centroidal method.
I, a and b represent the mass moment of inertia of the vehicle about a centroidal axis, the distance between the driver's seat and front edge of sprung mass, and the distance between the driver's seat and rear edge of sprung mass, respectively.
The torispherical geometry is composed of two circular arcs; (i) the torus region (knuckle) of smaller radius with center of curvature located off the centroidal axis and (ii) the spherical dome (crown) with larger radius as shown in Fig.
The spectral optical property was then evaluated at the centroidal wavelength of each interval.
The flexural rigidity of an open sandwich beam assumed to have thin skins of equal thickness represents the sum between the flexural rigidities of the skins and core determined about the centroidal axis of the whole cross section (Zenkert, 1997):
Other topics considered include derivative superconvergence of equilateral triangular finite elements, reduced-order modeling of Navier-Stokes equations via centroidal Voronoi tessellations, adaptive computation with PML for time harmonic scattering problems, and an adaptive algorithm for ordinary, stochastic, and partial differential equations.
Symmetry of material properties about the centroidal axis in a round timber improves the efficacy of standard section property equations derived for uniform isotropic materials.
Meter and cyclical time is level 1; grouping and centroidal time is level 2; prolongation and linear time is level 3; and theme and relative time is level 4.