nonplanar

nonplanar

(ˌnɒnˈpleɪnə)
adj
not planar, not lying in one plane
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In this article, we decided to synthesize another series of nonplanar ring contained copolymers, poly(butylene adipate-co-1,4cyclohexanedicarboxylate) (PBAC), combined with PBC and poly(butylene adipate) (PBA).
All above features improve the motion performance of IBVS method, but shifted moment and hybrid projected features still focus on planar objects (Tahri, 2015; Ye, 2015), while spherical features can be applicable to both planar and nonplanar objects (Fomena, 2011).
Relative motion between the print head and the substrate allows nonplanar applications to be addressed--such as printing the interconnections for a smart card before it is conformally coated.
5% for Z-direction pelvis rotation angle) with less constraint due to isolated single-leg interaction with vehicle and nonplanar characteristic from the leg swing.
These bumps made the surface nonplanar and, of course, were unacceptable.
DUNHAM, Dynamic earthquake rupture simulations on nonplanar faults embedded in 3D geometrically complex, heterogeneous elastic solids, J.
Horii, "Compression-induced nonplanar crack extension with application to splitting, exfoliation, and rockburst," Journal of Geophysical Research, vol.
As shown in Figure 1(a), this dataset is comprised of five different fiber bundles which give rise to the nonplanar configurations of bending, crossing, and kissing tracts.
The applicator ring structures are described with a single open nonplanar contour.
A near-congruent minimum, especially one so shallow as in the Cu-Mn system, larger deviations in composition ("impurity") should be tolerable before the onset of nonplanar growth morphologies compared to the usual dilute terminal alloys.
To examine the extent of this form of systematic error, the reflection coefficient is calculated due to a nonplanar incident-field wavefront and used in the extraction scheme in the exact manner as the reflection coefficient due to a plane wave.