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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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Possible teeth abnormalities include congenitally missing teeth, conically shaped teeth, and small teeth (microdontia).
As the satellite orbits Earth, the 20-foot mesh reflector will spin atop the spacecraft at nearly 15 revolutions per minute, providing a conically scanning antenna beam at 40 degrees off nadir to produce a 621 mile wide measurement swath enabling the entire globe to be mapped every 2-3 days.
Shape: Hexagonal With All The Sides Conically Tapered Towards Top And The Remaining Towards Bottom.
Eventually, researchers worked out that the 'tumour' was a conically shaped sponge and it became apparent that the dolphins would spend considerable time searching for one the right shape to fit their nose.
In addition, conically shaped drop guides in the lower part of each plate also help to prevent cross contamination just as reliably as they prevent the formation of bubbles and foam.
Air pots will become more common-place, and flat bottomed brew baskets will go the way of the dinosaurs, replaced by conically shaped brew baskets.
Aperture masks are a key component in color television and computer monitor picture tubes and consist of thousands of precise, conically shaped holes designed to focus an electron beam on the proper phosphor color stripe to produce a crisp image.
As the satellite orbits Earth, the mesh reflector, which deploys and expands to a 20-foot aperture, will provide a conically scanning antenna beam of approximately 40 degrees or a swath of 621 miles for total global mapping every 2-3 days.
Bending instabilities are experienced by the conically moving jet whose field is directed towards the oppositely charged target.
The panels were manufactured by Responsive using specialist waterjet cutting techniques and then conically rolled to shape.
As the satellite orbits Earth, the mesh reflector, which deploys and expands to a 19-foot aperture, will provide a conically scanning antenna beam of approximately 40 degrees or a swath of 621 miles for total global mapping every 2-3 days.