corner effect

corner effect

[′kȯr·nər i′fekt]
(electronics)
The departure of the frequency-response curve of a band-pass filter from a perfect rectangular shape, so that the corners of the rectangle are rounded.
(engineering)
In ultrasonic testing, reflection of an ultrasonic beam directed perpendicular to the intersection of two surfaces 90° apart.
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In addition, thin-shell simulations have a new ability to isolate warpage due to corner effects.
Finally, the closed cover chuck excludes air turbulence from the process chamber yielding a uniform, consistent coating thickness without the usual spinning defects such as rebounding, splashback, straitions, comets or corner effects.
In addition, edge and/or corner effects were suspected.
The deformation was more exaggerated than for non-voided samples, showing significant bulging of the sides, and at 60% bulk compression (and 80%, not shown), definite corner effects were noticeable.
no corner effects were observed, whereas strain localization in the layers was evident but less pronounced.
Whether users are designing a document that will be printed, viewed onscreen or both, everything from aligning and distributing space between objects to adjusting corner effects is faster and easier in InDesign.
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0 beta user, says, "The addition of corner effects to the warpage analysis and the new core deflection analysis will have a significant positive impact on our development of new products and molding technologies.