orientationally

orientationally

(ˌɔːrɪɛnˈteɪʃənəlɪ)
adv
in an orientational manner
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After three lectures on statistical mechanics, four or five lectures each cover packing, coding, and ground states; entropy, probability and packing; ideas about self-assembly; the effects of particle shape in orientationally ordered soft materials; statistical mechanics and nonlinear elasticity; and quantitative stochastic homogenization: the local control of homogenization error through corrector.
Inspired by this discovery, Alina Vrabioiu and Tim Mitchison designed an orientationally constrained GFP-septin construct, using it to determine septin filament organization and dynamics in living yeast (Vrabioiu and Mitchison, 2006, 2007).
The calculation of the designed borehole induction motor is started by orientationally and expediently choosing the related equivalent circuit parameters.
To resolve situations of sensory conflict as in conditions 1 and 6, the CNS theoretically uses the orientationally accurate input from the vestibular system (2,35).
Thus, the orientationally induced centripetal state is interpreted as a manifestation of the linear (static) interactive component.
Future work towards more orientationally robust bone anchor designs is warranted.
To contend with conflicting information from the various sensors, the postural control system has the ability to choose the orientationally correct information from among the visual, vestibular, and somatosensory inputs and to disregard the incorrect information.
g] polymer in order to activate the orientationally enhanced photorefractive effect (14).
Working with University of Pennsylvania investigators, his group found that about 30 percent of the buckyball solid is orientationally disordered at 14 kelvins.
sonar transducers), of the structure of glasses, liquids and organic materials, of atomic and molecular scale dynamics, and of phase transitions of orientationally disordered solids and polymers.
Because the material viscosity is orientationally dependent (LCPs are thus characterized by several viscosities), the morphology of a sample is strongly coupled to its processing.