semicylindrical

semicylindrical

(ˌsɛmɪsɪˈlɪndrɪkəl)
adj
of, relating to, or having the shape of a semicylinder
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The short third segment (as3) carries the villus-covered AD; it forms the functional distal end of the appendage, because the short and semicylindrical fourth segment (as4) extends from it laterally (Fig.
The most common impactor shape studied has been hemispherical [66-70] and other impactor shapes such as flat [67-69, 71], conical [67, 68, 70], ogival [70], and semicylindrical [67] ones have also been investigated.
The YaMor [54] robot is a semicylindrical box structured robot capable of forming 2D chain structures.
Control and coated samples (100 x 50 x 10 [mm.sup.3]) were placed on the sample holder in the median plane of the reactor resulting in a gas circulation through the semicylindrical space between the sample and the upper part of the reactor (free volume of 424 [cm.sup.3]).
[5] experimentally studied the fixed cylinder with frontal plate, bare cylinder, cylinder with rear splitter plate, cylinder with bilateral plates, and semicylindrical roof.
[22-25] studied the dynamic response of the interaction of a two-dimensional, semicylindrical, rigid foundation-shear wall system in single and multiple soil layers using the boundary element method combined with Green's function distributed on a slope.
Caption: Figure 1: Representation of a biocapture device with a semicylindrical molded tube taped to the skin surface over meridians.
The pressure, p, was sampled at the semicylindrical surface of the radius, r = 2.5L, from the center of the cavity (x/L = 0.5 and y = 0), as outlined in Figure 6.
In Section 3, two kinds of special shells, that is, hemispherical shell and semicylindrical shell, are provided as the examples.
The samples were prepared by means of a mold consisting of two semicylindrical shells (Figure 4).