tilt angle


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tilt angle

The angle between the optical axis of an air camera and the vertical at the time of exposure.
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Noun1.tilt angle - the angle a rocket makes with the vertical as it curves along its trajectory
angle - the space between two lines or planes that intersect; the inclination of one line to another; measured in degrees or radians
Translations
angle d’inclinaison
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The City of Escanaba municipal Electric Department is seeking turnkey Engineer, Procure, Construct and Startup proposals for a 1 MW (DC) ground mounted, fixed tilt angle solar project.
The images are taken using Samsong Camera in different condition based on the factors targeted in this research which are standard or non-standard Malaysian plates, clarity of the image or the noises, Illumination (good lighting-poor lighting), distance, and tilt angle.
Our new study shows that four adjustments at optimally divided intervals can provide around 25 kW per square meter more power than adjusting the tilt angle four times a year based on the seasons.
The 90[degrees] fully adjustable tilt angle allows for horizontal minimal mixing and vertical full end-over-end mixing.
The Influence of Cutting Width and Tilt Angle on Cutting Force.
The flat hinge determines the piston position concerning the swash plate tilt angle.
In the existing 3D-MIMO models, an approximated 3D radiation pattern is used to address the antenna tilt angle in vertical planes [3-5].
Available as single or dual axis systems, tilt angle sensors from FSG are for instance used for level control in undercarriages or in track construction.
The normal vector represents the tilt direction and the tilt angle of the sensor board, which moves along with the monitored objects during geotechnical events.
This provides machine operators with accurate information on tilt angle, roll position, depth, remote left/ right steering and alarm conditions.
To quantitatively compare flame shapes in different cases, a flame tilt angle [theta] (shown in Fig.