nonpractical

nonpractical

(ˌnɒnˈpræktɪkəl)
adj
not practical
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It was used to restrain weights to eliminate effects of the weights with nonpractical situation.
trapezoides is present in greater quantity (13.4 individuals/[m.sup.2]) in S7 characterized by nonpractical plowing and natural vegetation at Kochbi edge where there is healthy natural water (Figure 9).
An ideal cylindrical cloak such as the one in [11] has been proved to work properly for monochromatic incident wave, but when excited with nonmonochromatic radiation, they become nonpractical. Also, losses tend to become significant under such circumstances.
For Aquinas, access to the first principles (ends) of practical reason is through intellectus, which denotes the insightful grasp of first principles in practical and nonpractical matters.
However, in a real life situation, adding a GPS receiver to each deployed node is infeasible and nonpractical for several reasons.
nonpractical, contexts--then the scope of practical vindications seems
However, a thorough analysis of galloping stability requires the study of a large number of parameters (geometrical and physical), which makes previous computations, though accurate, nonpractical. In this line, Robertson et al.
We have compared the optimized geometries of the organosulfur molecules with respect to a more sophisticated methodology as the second order Moller-Plesset (MP2) energy calculation, finding differences in total energy up to ~0.3% (found in the geometry of the 4, 6-DMDBT); due to the size of the studied systems, MP2 requires a computational effort which is nonpractical [36-38, 55].
The reason for this absence is partially due to the unstable system dynamics of the quadrotor, which makes open-loop identification nonpractical.
Shakespeare's plays can have an educative effect on discerning auditors, and he heightened this effect by making "his spectators forget that they are participating in a practical activity." Unlike Christopher Marlowe, for example, who openly dissented from accepted "currents of ethical reflection," Shakespeare was content to appear "nonfunctional, nonuseful, and hence nonpractical" and this subtlety made his plays more powerful.
The suggestion found in literature to anneal the wire in vacuum is nonpractical as annealed tungsten has higher plasticity and lower elasticity.