coaxially


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coaxially

(kəʊˈæksɪəlɪ)
adv
in a coaxial manner
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Marconi patented the construction of the anode of a radio lamp in the form of a hollow metal cylinder of various configurations surrounding an internal coaxially placed cathode [7].
5 x; variable mezhduzenichnoto distance; operating distance (between the lens and the focal field) - 200 mm; have the protective coatings of the objective lens against splashes; coaxially aligning the lights relative to the optics; a light source (razpolozhenie- outside optical "head") - halogen 12 v 100 w; necessarily have a second spare lamp to include "emergency"; have built-in filters uv cut, heat and yellow; variable focus by pedal; have an assistant microscope; to have xy - a translator; to have a camera and a monitor for visualization of operations.
A microcatheter was placed coaxially within the 6-F shuttle and navigated over a 0.
018" TrailBlazer angled support catheter can fit coaxially through the .
Ablated material was transported via a He carrier gas to a modified glass mixing bulb where the He + sample was mixed coaxially with Ar prior to the ICP torch.
Today, latest-generation lasers can be used with a powder nozzle for direct metal deposition, yielding considerable benefits: the metal alloy is fed in the form of a dry powder via the nozzle coaxially to the laser and melted onto the inside of the concave steel bearing shells.
With the rifle secured in a vise, the punch is inserted into the chamber, aligned coaxially with the rifling, then struck with a light hammer.
Participants' drawings were first categorized according to themes that emerged in the descriptive findings, and then these themes were coaxially coded.
A motor generator was mounted coaxially in the expander unit to convert the mechanical energy into electricity.
Axial and radial refer here to the wheel of the wheelchair onto which the gripping tire is coaxially attached.