semicylinder

semicylinder

(ˈsɛmɪˈsɪlɪndə)
n
half of a cylinder after being split lengthwise
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The alveolar bone around the mesial root was reconstructed and separated from other parts of the alveolar bone with two semicylinder filters, which were defined as the ROI.
Caption: Figure 3: The reconstruction, partition, and extraction of the alveolar bone around the mesial root: (a) the reconstruction of the crown and mesial root of the upper first molar; (b) generation of the cylinder around the root; (c) partition of the cylinder with the alveolar crest plane; (d) division of the cylinder into the mesial and distal sides according to the direction of the orthodontic load; (e) reconstruction of the alveolar bone within semicylinder filters.
The nave of the church, which is covered by a semicylinder arch, has a maximum height of 3.65 m, as opposed to the narthex which has a height of 1.90 m.
The model shown in Figure 1 is embedded in TI-layered ground soil and consists of a rigid semicylinder foundation that supports an elastic shear wall.
This cavity is formed by a semicylinder, a series of vias, and the ground of the microstrip integrated balun.
[12.] Tsalamengas, J., "Parallel plate-fed slot antenna loaded by a dielectric semicylinder," IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation, Vol.
Why not try with the world?" Here Celant likely had in mind works like Rosa-blu-rosa (Pink-Blue-Pink), 1967, a cobalt chloride and asbestos cement semicylinder that responds to atmospheric conditions, changing color as the presence of people around it affects the heat and humidity in the room.
The experimental setup consists of the positioning magnet, two targeting magnets, and a semicylinder plate with a radius of 30 mm, as shown in Figure 6(b).
The measurement setup to test the accuracy of the 1st-stage targeting device is shown in Figure 10, where the 1st-stage targeting device is placed on a semicylinder plate with a graph paper on it.
A wedge hole was machined in the mating faces of the two semicylinders. In the fracture-split test, the test piece was clamped in the split die, a wedge was inserted, and the assembly was placed on the hydrolic pressure.
It has been shown that the interaction between hemispheres become more important when hemispheres are brought closer than about 3 times the radius of individual semicylinders (d < 3R), but below a separation of d = 3R the interaction grows rapidly [39].