short radius


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short radius

[¦shȯrt ¦rād·ē·əs]
(mathematics)
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The nose, or ogive, has a short radius and is rounder than that of a very low drag (VLD) bullet.
Attendance at SaMoTer by CASE bears witness to its confidence in the Italian market and support for our customers and network thanks to our full-liner offering, at the same time as focusing on the specific features of the Italian market with compact excavators, triple boom systems and short radius versions.
One parent told me of a household where three children go to three different schools within a short radius in one town, but three separate taxis are sent - this surely cannot make sense.
While a short radius is effective for LDPE, longer radii do a better job of stabilizing the thickness profile near the edges with polymers having lower melt strength.
Kobelco's 55SRx is a 12,295 pound, 39 horsepower short radius machine that provides full-size performance.
Short radius curves increase the rolling resistance of rail cars, making it harder to move.
5-tonne gross vehicle weight and is ideally suited for short radius city centre deliveries.
A complication arising after surgical correction of short radius syndrome.
Celtic's European Cup winners of 1967 were all born within a short radius of Parkhead and that production line of gifted players seemed like it would never end.
The smart pig inspects straight lines and navigates short radius one-diameter bends.
However, the suction pipe was 4 inches with a short radius elbow bolted directly onto the pump 4-inch intake flange.

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