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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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The additional energy input into the material by means of the conically and hyperbolically shaped nozzles leads to an elevated injection pressure as well as a temperature rise within the PNC.
Contact radiographs of the limb with the prosthesis in situ revealed the conically tapered section to be well seated into most of the proximal medullary canal.
The pan with its contents was then placed on an open fire and a conically woven basket (with an open bottom) inverted on top of the pan.
Perioperatively, blood pressure (BP) assessment may be challenging because of the patient's body habitus and the inability to correctly position a noninvasive BP cuff on a conically shaped arm.
To meet the demand, Stanley modified its ligature-resistant patient safety lever with a special privacy function, which added a new conically designed, recessed turnpiece.
It is conically shaped with the apical hub pointing cranially, and 6 stainless steel legs radiating caudally (Figure 9A).
Leuthold writes, "(I)n 764 AD, as an act of atonement, Empress Shotoku commissioned one million wooden, conically shaped pagoda forms, each containing a scroll of Buddhist scripture called the Daranikyo sutra (Dharani) .
Kashmir, having a population of 77 per cent Muslims, was conically handed over to India by the charlatans of the history.
The cavity then tapers conically to its terminus even with the base of the ogive.
Contemporary reports said the basin tank reservoir, also connected to Nelly's Moss lakes, was shaped conically in the pattern of a spiral shell, but without any photographs or official records in existence, experts have never known for certain the exact design.
I had almost never seen anything like it--not in the conically terminating shafts at Panasqueira, not in the clefts of the mountain's interior at the Sweet Home mine, only perhaps in some quartz clefts in the Alps.
Type I lesions are conically shaped rectovaginal septum nodules and are located between the posterior and anterior walls of the vaginal mucosa and rectal muscularis, respectively.