angle of inclination

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Noun1.angle of inclination - (geometry) the angle formed by the x-axis and a given line (measured counterclockwise from the positive half of the x-axis)
geometry - the pure mathematics of points and lines and curves and surfaces
angle - the space between two lines or planes that intersect; the inclination of one line to another; measured in degrees or radians
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This notification to all whom it may concern, he inserts in the letter-box, and then putting on the tall hat at the angle of inclination at which Mr.
The angle of inclination is automatically adjusted to plus 26 degrees, when the panoramic sunroof is open at a speed of 90 km/h or above.
the angle of inclination of the conveyor belt, degrees - 45-30;
Further, the separation point is estimated by the approximate result from the analytical procedure of Lewandowski [20] depending mainly on the angle of inclination.
1 Effect of heat input, angle of inclination and filling ratio on thermal efficiency:
During the study we will take into account the phase loading of landfill waste layers and angle of inclination.
So the angle of inclination of the vehicle as a function of the displacements at a given instant is:
The slope of a hill (rise over run, recalling junior high school algebra) can be expressed either as a percentage grade or as an angle of inclination to the horizontal.
where g - acceleration of gravity; [alpha] - angle of inclination of the surface on which robot is in relation to a horizontal plane.
The femur neck making an angle with the long axis of shaft, known as neck shaft angle, femoral carrying angle, angle of inclination, cervico-diaphyseal angle and collo-diaphyseal angle.
It is also named as Neck Shaft Angle (NSA), Angle of neck of femur, angle of inclination, collodiaphyseal angle, cervicodiaphyseal angle and collum diaphyseal angle.
KEY WORDS: Talus, angle of inclination, angle of declination, club foot