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coaxial

, coaxal
1. having or being mounted on a common axis
2. Geometry (of a set of circles) having all the centres on a straight line
3. Electronics formed from, using, or connected to a coaxial cable

coaxial

[kō′ak·sē·əl]
(mechanics)
Sharing the same axes.
(mechanical engineering)
Mounted on independent concentric shafts.
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Caption: Figure 3: A microcatheter (EV3 Marathon) was navigated coaxially into the parent artery over a guidewire (EV3 Silver Speed) to reach the pseudoaneurysm.
Gupta, "Resonant frequency optimization of coaxially fed rectangular microstrip antenna using particle swarm optimization algorithm," Proceedings of the 2010 Annual IEEE India Conference: Green Energy, Computing and Communication, INDICON, Art.
1, the energy is transmitted from the circular waveguide input into a short multi-stepped coaxially shaped transformer.
com built-in control signal and relay tail verification; built-in memory with service record and time stamps 7023 With coaxially shielded relays; separate analog and digital ground plates Agilent Technologies 34934A Reed matrix; switchable www.
Then a microcatheter was placed coaxially through the cobra catheter and subsequently smaller pseudoaneurysm and AV fistulas were coil embolized.
In majority of cases a 3-F super selective coaxial catheter (Progreat Terumo Japan) had been introduced coaxially in proximity to the bleeding branch.
The bolt lug contact surfaces and receiver face are all cut from this same setup without disturbing the receiver, thus insuring that all cuts are coaxially aligned to the receiver's datum line.
The bike offers a primary electric drive, mounted behind the battery casing, while the secondary drive is made up of a toothed belt from the electric motor to the belt, pulley-mounted coaxially on the swinging fork pivot with a drive pinion.
The lower layer is a diagonally positioned rectangular patch with the size of 10 mm x 14 mm and is coaxially fed through a finite ground plane.
The solutions (39) correspond to the case in which the disk and the fluid at infinity are rotating coaxially with nearly the same angular velocity.
A stream of dielectric fluid is directed, usually coaxially with the wire, to flood the gap between the wire and workpiece.
Shielding gas was introduced coaxially with the vertical laser beam and plasma control gas at a 45[degrees] angle to the laser beam, directed to the beam-wire interaction point.