semielliptical

Related to semielliptical: ellipse

sem·i·el·lip·ti·cal

 (sĕm′ē-ĭ-lĭp′tĭ-kəl, sĕm′ī-)
adj.
Having the form or shape of half of an ellipse, especially when divided along the major axis.

semielliptical

(ˌsɛmɪɪˈlɪptɪkəl)
adj
(Mathematics) shaped like one half of an ellipse, esp one divided along the major axis
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The vault is a semielliptical (2) vault with the length of the major axis equal to one length of the side of the square zone and the length of the minor axis equal to the height of the top of the vault.
[20] have explored the J-estimation schemes for semielliptical surface-cracked pipes with D/t ranging from 10 to 120.
Semielliptical and hemispherical foundations are some examples of differing foundations [3-6].
Influence of the interaction on stress intensity factor of semielliptical surface cracks, Journal of Pressure Vessel Technology Transaction of the ASME 130(1): 011406.
The axial ring is semielliptical, 62% as long as wide and much higher than the pleural field, with the moderately convex (tr.) inner part and steeply sloping peripheral part.
To design semielliptical springs, the terms like span, no load assembly camber, loaded camber, stack height, opening, and seat length are used, and these parameters are termed design parameters.
By embedding a semielliptical fractal- complementary slot into the asymmetrical ground plane, the designed antenna was able to operate from 1.44 to 18.8 GHz.
An underwater electrical spark causes rapid expansion of water vapor, which generates an electrohydraulic wave directed at a semielliptical housing that diverts the wave toward a focal point in the bath.
Uslenghi, "Radiation of a line source by a slotted semielliptical trench filled with DNG metamaterial," Proceedings--2009 3rd IEEE International Symposium on Microwave, Antenna, Propagation and EMC Technologies for Wireless Communications, MAPE 2009, 107-110, Article No.
Fracture toughness ([K.sub.Ic]) was calculated from the formula for a semicircular or semielliptical surface crack in tension or flexure:
The disseminule is elliptical to elongate-elliptical, with semielliptical wings persisting from the strongly winged floral tube of the flower (Gentry, 1993).
The observation in the third semielliptical region showed that the fracture surface has completely transformed into a plasticized structure and the stress intensity factor was estimated to be 0.56 MP[a.m.sup.[1/2]].