internal angle


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Noun1.Internal angle - the angle inside two adjacent sides of a polygoninternal angle - the angle inside two adjacent sides of a polygon
angle - the space between two lines or planes that intersect; the inclination of one line to another; measured in degrees or radians
reentering angle, reentrant angle - an interior angle of a polygon that is greater than 180 degrees
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During his visit, he urged the population to adopt preventive hygiene measures such as washing their hands thoroughly with soap and water before and after eating and going to the bathroom, as well as preparing food carefully (cooking them well), covering their mouths and noses with the internal angle of the arm or with the help of a disposable handkerchief and never with the hand.
[n.sub.h] can be determined according to internal angle and relative density of sands [26].
As it stands now, there's little choice on the internal angle and only four choices on the orifice size (table at right).
The flow properties of DDGS (including cohesion, effective angle of friction, internal angle of friction, yield locus, flow function, major consolidating stress, and unconfined yield strength) have been studied using the Jenike shear tester.
What internal angle do clock hands make when the time is 3.30?
In addition, the internal angle of the vanishing point to track lanes in the current frame is used to locate the lane marks if track lanes are not found in the next frame.
Soleimani et al (2012) in a large scale flumestudied the hydraulic behavior of single and multiply jets on a non-cohesive soil, with different densitometry froude numbers and different internal angle of the nozzle (30, 45, 60 and 90 deg).
Open supports, mounted with the internal angle facing downward or out to the side, eliminate any places that are difficult to reach for cleaning.
The device, called a smart probe, obtains XYZ centerline mapping, bend radius, internal angle and misalignments or deformation data for most pipelines--newly installed, live or shut down.
The internal angle sum of a spherical triangle is always greater than 180[degrees], but less than 540[degrees], whereas in Euclidean geometry, the internal angle sum of a triangle is 180[degrees] as shown in Proposition I.32.
In this case the change of internal angle of friction has an effect on the slope of failure surfaces, and the model of mixed failure with elliptic pressure is the most unfavourable by giving the greatest tension forces in the reinforcements and the smallest factors of safety.

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