multiaxial

multiaxial

(ˌmʌltɪˈæksɪəl)
adj
(Biology) having or involving more than one axis
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Hexcel also makes HiMax multiaxial fabrics, which offer significant weight advantages for manufacturers of skis and other sporting equipment, where every extra gram of weight is critical in improving performance.
Tenders are invited for Upgradation of 2 corner multiaxial half car spindle coupled road simulator to 4 corner full car spindle coupled road simulator
The company is already known for its multiaxial warp knitting machines and its fibre spreading unit.
The Millon Multiaxial Clinical Inventory (MCMI-III; Millon, Davis, & Millon, 1997; Spanish adaptation of Cardenal & Sanchez, 2007) consists of 175 items that assess 14 patterns of personality and 10 clinical syndromes.
Then, the patients' personality characteristics were evaluated via the Milton Clinical Multiaxial Inventory 3rd edition (MCMI-III), which is a standardized self-report questionnaire for the assessment of personality disorders and clinical syndromes.
Su instrumento, el "Inventario clinico multiaxial de Millon" (Millon Clinical Multiaxial Inventory, MCMI), en sus sucesivas versiones, ha sido uno de los mas utilizados en el estudio de la personalidad disfuncional y en muchos idiomas (Rossi y Derksen, 2015).
Ultra-high elongation, recovery and tear resistance allowed the device to maintain integrity during multiaxial distortion and extension.
This phenomenon is called multiaxial fatigue, which is considerably unfavourable for welded joints in relation to uniaxial fatigue [22].
L'interview SCID-II, l'Inventaire Multiaxial de Personnalite MCMI-III et une entretien structuree ont ete appliquees.
Esta version tuvo influencia decisiva en las versiones posteriores, DSM IV (1994) y DSM V (2013), en cuanto considera: "definiciones operacionales parciales, diagnosis multiaxial, la aproximacion descriptiva evitando la inferencia, el requisito de comprobacion y la minimizacion de los enunciados respecto a sus 'valores'" (Sadler, 2005, p.
"These artificial muscles can be programed to produce not only a single contraction but also complex multiaxial actuation, and even controllable motion with multiple degrees of freedom," the original report said.
To withstand these load scenarios, a special multiaxial design was chosen for the continuous-glass-fibre layers in the thermoplastic composite.

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