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anhedral

(ænˈhiːdrəl)
n
(Aeronautics) the downward inclination of an aircraft wing in relation to the lateral axis. Compare dihedral4
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Presentan una estructura masiva, holocristalina, hipidiomorfa, con tamano de grano medio a grueso, tiene un 40% de matriz cuya textura es criptocristalina y esta conformada por plagioclasas subhedrales a anhedrales, cuarzo anhedral con leve extincion ondulante, biotita subhedral levemente cloritizada, anfiboles subhedrales menormente biotitizados y cloritizados y minerales opacos (Py) euhedrales a subhedrales.
Monazite crystals occur as subhedral to anhedral and almost rounded grains ranging from very small up to 100 [micro]m in diameter and are mostly in contact with other accessory minerals, such as Fe-Ti oxides, zircon, and apatite (Fig.
While quartz and feldspar grains are mostly anhedral, the amphibole and clinopyroxene are subhedral, and form distinctly elongated grains that appear as slender prisms in thin sections, commonly < 0.
En algunas zonas se encuentran agregados fino-granulares con cristalizacion anhedral (Figura 3A).
All these grains exhibit anhedral and angular morphologies and they are included in a fine-grained matrix made of angular calcite grains and interstitial clay minerals of smectitic composition (Fig.
Dihedral and its opposite, anhedral, are explained in greater detail in the sidebar above.
Features of the CH-53K helicopter include a modern glass cockpit; fly-by-wire flight controls; fourth-generation rotor blades with anhedral tips; a low maintenance elastomeric rotor head; upgraded engines; a locking, United States Air Force pallet compatible cargo rail system; external cargo handling improvements; survivability enhancements; and improved reliability, maintainability and supportability.
The pink sapphire had clusters of small, colourless, rounded anhedral zircon that each measured a maximum 60 [micro]m long and 30 [micro]m wide (Figure 3a).
Wright Brothers have adopted an anhedral wing to counter-act pitch
Normalmente las rocas son duras, frescas, de grano grueso a medio de color gris claro y estan constituidas por abundante cuarzo (35 % - 25 %), alargado y anhedral de tamano medio, con escasos finos y fracturados; plagioclasa oligoclasa (22 % - 20 %) anhedral y escasa subhedrales, de tamano medio a fino, algunas con maclas difusas y sericitizadas; feldespato potasico microclino y escaso microclino pertitico (35 % - 20 %) anhedral y escaso subhedral, de tamano medio a fino, algunos fracturados, la mica biotita (15 % - 1 %) esta bien orientada de tamano medio a fino, en forma de tablas delgadas y largas.