closed surface


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closed surface

[¦klōzd ′sər·fəs]
(mathematics)
A surface that has no bounding curve.
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The deckings with a unique closed surface technology for lasting performance are available in two styles, Design and Classic range, and 12 different colours.
The 3D technology then deep draws the veneer, producing a closed surface with a high degree of stability in the formed mats.
In contrast, zero-tension flat belts excel in applications with extremely high sanitation requirements (such as ready-to-eat), a great deal of abrasion, those that require troughing or a 100 percent closed surface for containment, and situations where preventing allergen cross-contamination is essential.
An alternative limestone, Jura, has been sourced and this is much finer grained with a closed surface which will not attract the same degree of growth and can be surface treated to ensure that it remains pristine and can be protected against graffiti.
The integral over some remote closed surface becomes zero due to the smallness of [T.
An integrated SURF module in the software is used to generate the model of the BMP-2 molecule with closed surface by rolling a probe radius across the structure (Fig.
In these equations, U is a scalar wave function, S is a closed surface containing a plane aperture A located in the xy-plane of a cartesian coordinate system as indicated in Fig.
The belt forms a closed surface over the complete length of the walkway.
We find that we get the best results from a smooth, tight, hard closed surface.
Its Cleandrive unit, for example, features a smooth and homogenous surface, made from a high-grade and wear-resistant thermoplastic material that allows use in wet and humid processes and stands up to aggressive cleaning, while its closed surface limits accumulation of waste and debris.
The belts are constructed of homogenous thermoplastic with a 100 percent closed surface.