dip angle


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dip angle

The angle of a compass needle between the horizontal and the vertical effects of a magnetic pole's influence. See dip (i).
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0 m, dip angle [beta]=45[degrees], wrinkling modes of the buried pipeline under different pipeline internal pressures are shown in Fig.
Based on the current dip angle of the slopes (75[degrees], 62[degrees] and 75[degrees] for SN-1, 2 and 3, respectively), the orientation-independent stability analysis for these slopes was performed for instances of excavation by pneumatic hammering and blasting (Fig.
For the Cali segment, a change in the dip angle is considered down to a depth of 100km, to a width of approximately of 180km of the trench.
The first group is likely associated with the plate interface and follows an apparent 20[degrees] dip angle from the trench towards the coastline.
All of these holes were drilled at a dip angle of -45 degrees to test for additional near surface high grade molybdenum mineralization in this area.
80 Diamond drill hole locations including azimuth, dip angle and core length are given in the following table.
As a result of this higher-than-expected dip angle, as well as complications caused by water conditions, hole 80 was terminated about 35 meters short of its targeted intersection with the mineral deposit.
A t-test of the face angles shows that no significant difference exists between the mean dip angles of the NW and SE facing megaripple faces (Table 3).
Intersections in these drill holes ranged from 15 feet to 200 feet but as a result of the dip angles of the limestone units the vertical drill results from these holes are not representative of the actual thickness of the target units which are still unknown.