polyamide surgical thread, polinit, sterile - thread parameters - type-woven, composition: polyamide; needle parameters - type: trihedral
cross section, degree of bending: 4/8; 2.
At her side, a whining dog lies on the ground, as well as a crystal cast (a huge stone polyhedron) and a pot (in which a fire is burning and something is boiling in a trihedral
This is because dihedral scattering, trihedral
scattering, and multiple bounce scattering between adjacent urban targets make the backscattered echoes superimposed together and cause saturation in some cases.
An additional posterior longitudinal ridge appears toward the apex of the crown forming a trihedral
tip of the tooth.
EcosatelYt is an inter-vine hoeing machine that uses draft power to rotate a trihedral
ploughshare support mounted offcenter.
They concluded that using polyhedral spillway crests increases discharge coefficients and that the biggest increase in discharge coefficients of morning glory spillways happens when spillway crests are trihedral
and at the same depth of submergence, discharge coefficients of spillways with polyhedral crests are higher than those for spillways with circular crests.
When models were created, the 3 parts (acromion, clavicle, and plate) were prepared with trihedral
In the experiment, we use a 30 cm trihedral
as the target.
The targets consists of two dihedral reflectors (T1, T2), two trihedral
reflectors (T3, T4), and a metallic sphere (T5), as shown in Fig.
This feature, named Radar Cross Section (RCS), means mainly the reduction of the projected area combined to the suppression of the dihedral and trihedral
Q = Directivity factor which is equals 2, 4, or 8 depending on whether the opening is at the center of the wall, a bihedral corner, or a trihedral
A 1 m trihedral
corner reflector is located 1.8 km away from the swath centre, and the imaging results after the sub-aperture MoCo and the improved MoCo are used to evaluate the MoCo performance.