isoline


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Related to isoline: isopleth, isobar, isotherm

i·so·line

 (ī′sə-līn′)
n.
A line on a map, chart, or graph connecting points of equal value. Also called isogram.

isoline

(ˈaɪsəʊˌlaɪn)
n
(Physical Geography) another term for isopleth
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The isoline of a MFB50 at 8[degrees] CA ATDC is added in the diagrams to represent the start of the knock restricted load area.
Therefore, as expected, the isoline values increase with the mica content, but with a curvature with inflection points between 3% and 4% in aPP-pPBMA content indicating that there exists a critical point.
000 m2 total area in Sapanca where Onduline HR (Roofing and Siding sheets), Isoline (Undertile waterproofing sheets), Bituline (Waterproofing membranes since 1998) and Onduvilla (Lightweight tiles since 2005) are produced.
Biological characteristics of Heliothis virescens fed with Bt-soybean MON 87701 x MON 89788 and its conventional isoline.
Topo-hydrological land-class characterization: Elevation, and more specifically the 500 m isoline, distinguishes the two main phytogeographical regions described in the Guyana Shield: "Mountains" and "Peneplains of Casiquare and Upper Orinoco" (Huber & Alarcon, 1988; Berry, Huber, & Holst, 1995; Schargel, 2011).
3) Dentre sua obra, citamos: Le livre de Jade, de 1867; Le dragon imperial, de 1869; l'Usurpateur, de 1875; Isoline et La Fleur-Serpent, de 1882; Les princesses d'amour, de 1900 e Le collier des jours, de 1902.
The contour line dilation algorithm can prevent any crossing, especially when the isoline contours are adjacent.
3) The isoline diagram of the equivalent plastic strain obtained from the computation in step (2) should be used to obtain the potential sliding surface [31].
The result is shown in figure 5, where the white isoline represents a signal to noise ratio of 2.
The result of this measurement is presented as seismic velocity section, it means isoline curves of Vp seismic velocities (Fig.