vertical section


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Noun1.vertical section - a mechanical drawing showing the interior of an object as if made by a vertical plane passing through it
mechanical drawing - scale drawing of a machine or architectural plan etc,
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They are not like cups between the hills; for this one, which is so unusually deep for its area, appears in a vertical section through its centre not deeper than a shallow plate.
But if, using the shortest diameter of Loch Fyne, we apply these proportions to Walden, which, as we have seen, appears already in a vertical section only like a shallow plate, it will appear four times as shallow.
A vertical section of this kennel, as Phoebus had so justly styled it, would have made a triangle.
This vertical section clearly tells us of a large bay of pure salt- water, gradually encroached on, and at last converted into the bed of a muddy estuary, into which floating carcasses were swept.
3 (b) shows the morphology of vertical section of LLDPE fibrils in the PS matrix without recovery.
Kezerian fell 8 to 10 feet after leaving the trail and climbing a nearly vertical section of rock, then slid an additional 20 to 30 feet before stopping.
Around a dozen people were also left trapped around 100ft in the air in April last year as the ride ground to a halt at the top of a near vertical section.
Some examples are superimposing satellite pictures and reanalysis fields, producing an isentropic potential vorticity (PV) map, and visualizing a vertical section across a flow feature of interest.
The well profile consists of a near vertical section to a depth of 15,320 feet (4,670 metres) with a "lateral" section, within the Austin Chalk formation, of 4,480 feet (1,365 metres) in length.
During this time, the material, which is moving through both the horizontal and vertical sections, stops and settles in the horizontal section and at the base of the vertical section.
We studied the distribution of sub-horizontal stresses and stresses in the vertical section of the drill hole.
Meanwhile, according to the surface current distribution on the proposed antenna as shown in Figure 3, it has been seen that large current density is concentrated on the vertical section of each of the dual twin-pair inverted-L shaped strips.