midplane


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Noun1.midplane - the median plane of the body (or some part of the body)midplane - the median plane of the body (or some part of the body)
plane, sheet - (mathematics) an unbounded two-dimensional shape; "we will refer to the plane of the graph as the X-Y plane"; "any line joining two points on a plane lies wholly on that plane"
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mid·plane

n. plano medio.
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Other parts include a 16MB system uEFI BIOS ROM, a Maxim VSC452 Super baseboard management controller with integrated VGA controller, two HDM midplane connectors, one blade expansion connector, one CIOv daughter card connector, and one TPM 1.
NGC 281 hovers roughly 1,000 light-years above the midplane of our galaxy's Perseus arm.
Damage was introduced by placing Meguir's[R] mold release wax close to the tip of the beams at midplane (10th ply) of the beams.
For the present measurements the light sheet is adjusted to the cylinder midplane covering the intake and exhaust side of the combustion chamber.
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Twelve bodies in the Kuiper belt, the ring of frozen fossils where Pluto lives, cross the midplane of the solar system at roughly the same time as their closest approach to the sun (SN: 11/29/14, p.
The x-axis is chosen to be on the midplane of the beam and the z-axis is directed upwards.
Being comparatively cold and dense, the ionisation state of the disc plasma is dominated by external far-UV, X-Ray, and cosmic-ray radiation, leading to a layered vertical structure with turbulent, magnetised surface layers and a magnetically-decoupled midplane.
Measurements were made at the thickest endometrial segment at the endometrial- myometrial interface in a 'frozen' midplane, longitudinal section of the uterus.
comprising third-generation input/output cards, an enhanced midplane chassis
Many advanced server, storage and switching equipment use a high-speed midplane or backplane connector.