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frontal area

The projected cross-sectional area of a body when viewed from the front.
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This study adds to the evidence that lead exposure has a negative impact on cognitive functioning, especially on functions housed within frontal areas.
The decrease of frontal area brings an increase of minimum temperature difference and a decrease of heat transfer rate.
Having the second seat behind the driver and only a single rear wheel reduced frontal area, allowing the body to taper like an aircraft fuselage, I sometimes wonder whether they had dreams of fitting wings.
7) demonstrated that, although there was good correlation between the radiographic total cardiac volume and echocardiographic ventricular volumes, especially for left-sided lesions in children, cardiothoracic ratio and cardiac frontal area did not correlate with echocardiographic measurements.
Two designs using different numbers of tubes, 20 and 25, were investigated, keeping the total height and frontal area the same as that of the base FTGC.
As seen from the schematic drawing, solar radiation (large arrows) is received on the frontal area of the ceramic small size tubes (gray raster), closely packed to each other.
63 inch in diameter and provides 58 percent more frontal area than standard .
Our concern is that with all vehicles showing DRLs the powered two-wheeler, with a smaller frontal area, will now be put at a more disadvantageous position in mixed approaching traffic.
This means the SuperSabot provides 58 percent more frontal area than a standard .
Comprising 128 antennas, ZTE s Massive MIMO base station uses a frontal area similar to existing 8-antennas.
The results revealed a significantly diminished synchronization in autism between a frontal area (the right anterior insula) and a posterior area (precuneus) during pronoun use in the autism group.
Still, a small frontal area was more active in adults than in kids, and a narrow patch of visual cortex reacted more strongly in children than in adults.