final diameter

final diameter

[¦fīn·əl dī′am·əd·ər]
(navigation)
The diameter of the circle traversed by a vessel after turning through 360° and maintaining the same speed and rudder angle; it is always less than the tactical diameter, and is measured perpendicular to the original course and between the tangents at the points where 180° and 360° of the turn have been completed.
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The constant a is related to the final diameter and the constants b, c, d and e are associated with growth rates.
This includes the complete production chain of the semi-finished product (sheath in the form of sheet metal strips) via the wire-drawing production and the drawing process to the desired final diameter up to the spool on basket or plastic spools.
The drill for the 36-inch pipe was back reamed to a final diameter of 48 inches and the drill for the 42-inch pipe was enlarged to 54 inches.
The drill for the 36-inch pipe was backreamed to a final diameter of 48 inches and the drill for the 42-inch pipe was enlarged to 54 inches.
The brightly coloured numbers can be arranged however you like, giving you control of the final diameter and design of the clock.
Initial diameter, final diameter, and their interactions with other variables were not significant to the model (P = 0.
The optical probes originally used in NSOM were created by pulling an optical fiber to a final diameter of 25 to 100 nm, coating it with aluminum, and etching to provide a fiat, circular endpoint and aperture.
After a 10 minute resting period the round dough piece is flattened using travelling top belts and then allowed to relax again before flatening to produce the final diameter dough piece.
Center serving diameter combined with the diameter of the twisted string itself determines the final diameter of the served string.