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axial

[′ak·sē·əl]
(science and technology)
Of, pertaining to, or along an axis.
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After cementation of each peg to the substrate, an electromechanical load frame applied a linear ramp displacement of 10 mm/minute axially to each peg while the polyurethane block was fully constrained (Fig.
The PES's E(N,[beta]) as a function of the deformation parameter [beta]for our Nd-Sm isotopic chains evolving from spherical to axially symmetric well deformed nuclei are illustrated in the Figures 2, 3.
p[tau]] is the stress of tangential direction of a short axially loaded compressed steel tubing in limit state.
For this, either the mandrel or the die is shifted axially over a given distance.
They are typically dumbbell-shaped or cross-shaped, but the longer axis is perpendicular to the axis of the blade--that is, the phytolith is transversely oriented rather than axially oriented (Metcalfe, 1960; Tateoka, 1963; Terrell & Wergin, 1981).
He also added a wave washer at the end of the erector tube to support it axially.
To create this image, which transplants the modernist grid to the everyday sphere of the domestic, she used the most ordinary of elements--chocolate-striped, factory-made cookies axially arranged according to the interlocking horizontal and vertical lines of a disposable paper plate, which had in turn been positioned on a spread of turquoise-and-yellow-plaid shelf-liner paper.
These new axially split pumps represent the evolution of Sulzer Pumps' traditional SM and SMN pump series.
The agitator's inner and outer helical ribbons are pitched to move material axially, in opposing directions, and also radially.
Its axially and radially swaged and separable fittings are installed in the vast majority of the world's aircraft platforms.
The vehicle has two large wheels that are axially aligned with an inner frame.
This can be improved 5-10 times using an axially viewed plasma technique as the method allows measurement over a longer path length, therefore increasing detection limits.