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conical

[′kän·ə·kəl]
(science and technology)
Having the shape of or pertaining to a cone.

Conical

Pertaining to a cone shape, generated by rotating a right triangle around one of its legs.
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Peninsula Drums' conical drums are tapered in such a way that they can be packed inside each other for transport to customers whilst still empty, thus saving space and allowing for more drums to fit inside a container," remarked Watson.
4 b), the stresses in the external conical connection fixing screw are too high and the influenced area too big, for it to be a viable option for the current research.
The plain neck has a 22 mm female fitting that fits directly over a 22 mm male conical connector.
In Norwegian waters, surveys conducted with conical pots in order to estimate population abundance on the basis of catch-per-unit-of-effort (CPUE) data began in 1993.
The conical mixer design lends itself to fast CIP cleaning.
The Infinity Conical Burr Grinder creates less friction and heat, due to an advanced conical burr design and gear reduction motor.
Beyond Born-Oppenheimer; conical intersections and electronic nonadiabatic coupling terms.
The liquid dye kit comes with a bottle of calibration beads, a bottle of pre-mixed dye, a bottle of bleach, and two conical tubes for the beads and bleach.
The building is made of cones', explains Serra, 'but I couldn't make a form that closed into itself without being conical in some form.
The PFI mill continues to be the most commonly used laboratory refining device despite much evidence that its refining effect differs from disc and conical refiners.
CAPRESSO is lowering the price of two items: Espresso Classic and the Infinity Conical Burr Grinder in black, creating new opening price points for Capresso's assortment of pump espresso machines and professional-grade conical burr grinders.
More than thirty years after British-born artist Anthony McCall created his now-legendary Line Describing a Cone, the first of his "solid light" films, the elegantly simple 1973 work--a projected white dot that slowly grows over thirty minutes into a circular line on the facing wall, eventually filling the dark space with a conical "volume" whose vivid corporality is a beguiling trick of light and atmosphere--remains one of postwar art's signal explorations of perceptual boundary states.