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 pressure, p, was sampled at the semicylindrical surface of the radius, r = 2.
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).
The older model's semicylindrical shape has been altered to a more box-like body.
The liner is intended to contain fusion fuel like a can holds peanut butter, and push it together in nanoseconds like two semicylindrical shovels compacting snow together.
The semicylindrical wall and the semidome of the apse of the holy bema were restored.
Basal tarsomere semicylindrical, second one with small lateral projection and dorsal apical margin with two short spiniform projections; third tarsomere with lateral lobes well developed; fourth tarsomere cylindrical, flattened dorsoventrally, with a length equal to sum of median dorsal portion of first and second tarsomeres.
Like in experimental investigation, closed profile beams also are mounted onto absolutely rigid semicylindrical supports, and for open profile beams, using bar elements connection by bolts between profile and absolutely rigid support has been designed.
Also at Beaver Creek, we saw an old Quonset hut (a semicylindrical metal shelter), donated to the community by the U.