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un·sym·met·ri·cal

 (ŭn′sĭ-mĕt′rĭ-kəl) or un·sym·met·ric (-rĭk)
adj.
Asymmetric.

un′sym·met′ri·cal·ly adv.
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Adj.1.unsymmetric - lacking symmetryunsymmetric - lacking symmetry      
asymmetric, asymmetrical - characterized by asymmetry in the spatial arrangement or placement of parts or components
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RENAUT, Estimation of [u.sup.T] f(A)v for large-scale unsymmetric matrices, Numer.
It, nevertheless, has shortcomings as it is known to suffer the problem of unsymmetric interpolation matrix, A, and the rigorous mathematical proof of its solvability is still not available [25], and very often produces low quality results particularly in boundary-adjacent region [26, 27].
de Souza Neto, "The exact derivative of the exponential of an unsymmetric tensor," Computer Methods Applied Mechanics and Engineering, vol.
Hyer, "Some observations on the cured shape of thin unsymmetric laminates," Journal of Composite Materials, vol.
For the case of the hybrid configuration of DCB arms, the bending centroids of the two arms are generally different, and this difference results in unsymmetric flexure and inherently induces the mixed-mode loading state on the precrack front instead of pure mode-I loading state.
Isgor, "Shear strength of fiber-reinforced polymer reinforced concrete beams subject to unsymmetric loading," Journal of Composites for Construction, vol.
A slight offset from 0 in the closed position and unsymmetric movement in the pull direction are due to unsymmetries from the hot assembly displacements.
Many methods have been developed for solving the large unsymmetric, sparse linear matrices.
The structural stability of pier systems was investigated by applying incremental vertical loads to the top of the left hand pier as the unsymmetric loading conditions would provide conservative results.
Davidson, "An unsymmetric end-notched flexure test for interfacial fracture toughness determination," Engineering Fracture Mechanics, vol.