centroidal

centroidal

(ˈsɛntrɔɪdəl)
adj
of or relating to a centroid
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Adj.1.centroidal - of or relating to (especially passing through) a centroid
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2012), which uses centroidal Voronoi tessellations, primarily hexagons, to discretize the globe into grid cells (Fig.
where disp([x.sub.i]) is the displacement of one node along the beam centroidal axis in one direction, the superscript "ANSYS" refers to the deformation value from ANSYS simulation, and "iFEM" refers to the predicted value computed from iFEM; MER and RMS indicate the maximum error and root-mean-square error of deformation reconstruction, respectively.
In addition, the use of the plastic centroidal axes of the cross section as the reference axes of loading guarantees the convergence of solution in the iterative process.
By using the generators of centroidal Voronoi tessellations (CVT) as the starting point, as suggested in [33], the initial solutions can be more evenly distributed throughout the high-dimensional problem space and improve PSO performance.
The radius of centroidal axis of the curved cantilever beam is R = 100 mm.
Rhythmic grouping creates centroidal time, which is associated with the centered self and emotional expression.
They can be divided into three basic groups of methods: links, centroidal and Ward's (Ward 1963).
[11] devised the feature "centroidal distances": the distance between the geometric centroid of a lesion and the brightness centroid.
[d.sub.p] is the distance between the centroidal axis of the steel sheeting and the extreme fibre of the composite slab in compression (mm).
This element allows using different unsymmetrical geometry at each end and permits offsetting of the end nodes from the centroidal axis of the beam.