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ax·i·sym·met·ric

 (ăk′sē-sĭ-mĕt′rĭk) also ax·i·sym·met·ri·cal (-rĭ-kəl)
adj.
Having symmetry around an axis: an axisymmetric cone.

ax′i·sym·met′ri·cal·ly adv.
ax′i·sym′me·try (-sĭm′ĭ-trē) n.

axisymmetric

(ˌæksɪsɪˈmɛtrɪk) or

axisymmetrical

adj
being symmetrical around an axis

ax•i•sym•met•ric

(ˌæk si sɪˈmɛ trɪk)

adj.
symmetric about an axis.
[1890–95]
ax`i•sym•met′ri•cal•ly, adv.
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In order to qualify these new components, An axisymmetrical divertor has been implanted at the top and bottom of the vacuum chamber.
9] had done the analysis of flow forming for non axisymmetrical geometry.
Experimental investigation ofload exerted on a double-cone insert and effect of the insert on pressure along walls of a large-scale axisymmetrical silo, Particulate Science and Technology, v.
On the fundamental system of integrals of the equation of small steady axisymmetrical vibrations of the elastic conical shell.
The elevation of the wedge of big and small wedge bricks is not axisymmetrical, but one-sided (only the upper flat surface has an incline, other sides form the right angle).
2) The optimal design of the heater is axisymmetrical U-tube and vacuum heating tube.
Figure 1 shows the axisymmetrical and homogeneous geometry of the human body being used by Japanese team [6, 7].
An optical technique for springback measurement in axisymmetrical deep drawing operation, J.
For axisymmetrical cases, it can be described by a radial and axial component only.
Key statement: The dynamic state amount of a tire when a load is applied to the tire while running can be estimated accurately and stably by installing tire deformation amount measuring means 11A and 11B at axisymmetrical positions which are equally distant in the axial direction from the center in the axial direction of the tire on the cross-section in the radial direction of the tire on the inner side of the belt portion of a tire tread in the radial direction, such as at the inner surface of the tread, between an inner liner and a ply, between plies or between a ply and a belt to measure the waveforms of deformation of the tire, detecting the contact time which is the time difference between contact edges from the waveforms of deformation, calculating contact length indices [k.