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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During this short colloquy, the active Smallweed, who is of the dinner party, has written in legal characters on a slip of paper, "Return immediately." 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.
This process was recorded in 25 frames taken at an interval of 400 femtoseconds and detailed the light pulse's shape, intensity, and angle of inclination.
New Atlas reported, in the first test, the camera captured a single femtosecond pulse of laser light and recorded 25 images that were each 400 femtoseconds apart this process showed scientists the changes in the light pulse's shape, intensity and angle of inclination, in much slower motion than ever before.
Montblanc software captures each unique characteristic of an individual's handwriting, analysing with extreme accuracy writing pressure, the angle of inclination as well as the swing angle and rotation of the writing instrument.
The cutting component forces are better in the upwards direction than in downwards, and become smaller as the effective diameter of the tool increases as the angle of inclination of the material got bigger.
[19] experimentally investigated the influence of the angle of inclination and tapered CFST columns under compressive loading.
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.
A certain indication of the presence of the 'steal'phenomenon is the length of the arterial supply greater than 8 cm, measured from the circle of Willis (12), localization in the eloquent brain zone or in the posterior cranial fossa, arterial supply of the VB siphon (p<0.01), feeder length greater than 60 mm, drainage of the blood vessel dilation, and blood flow angle of inclination relative to the AVM which is bleeding of [greater than or equal to]130[degrees] (13).
3.1 Effect of heat input, angle of inclination and filling ratio on thermal efficiency: