cut plane

cut plane

[′kət ‚plān]
(graphic arts)
The intersection of a plane with a three-dimensional object.
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Wu urged domestic airlines to cut plane ticket prices for cross-Taiwan Strait direct flights, since they will bring windfall to those companies, threatening to resort to strong administrative measures should those airlines refuse to do so.
We rotate these tumors into a uniformly chosen random orientation and then we find the largest diameters in the cut plane.
In the sample where there is a partial razor-cut (figure 5d) and then tom through, the torn through portion of the silicone cross-section is relatively smooth compared to the adhesive flow-front and runs offat an obtuse angle somewhat transverse to the cut plane and away from the stress riser presented by the razor-slit plane.
This geometric combination results in a lower cut plane, which permits the production of a raised flange," the company says.
This results in a lower cut plane, permitting production of a raised flange.
5) Temperature gradient represented temperature difference of 457[degrees]C at perpendicular distance 12 mm from cut plane.
Meanwhile airport operator BAA has announced plans to cut plane passenger queues by improving security facilities.
Since the integral is analytic in the cut plane, the result holds for x in this region as well.
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i]y is assumed to lie in the cut plane C\(-[infinity], 0) for 1 [less than or equal to] [less than or equal to] h.
Once the analysis has been run, the user can either use FloWorks 2000 or move the project back to FloWorks Explorer where the same variety of visualization tools are at his disposal: isoplots, vector plots, particle traces, and cut planes.