good geometry

good geometry

[¦gu̇d jē′äm·ə·trē]
(nuclear physics)
An arrangement of source and detecting equipment such that little error is produced by the finite sizes of the source and the detector aperture.
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The trouser tear method is a good geometry for measuring tear, but often tears out the side (not down the middle).
When there is a multiple cladding it is obtained a good geometry and the dilution of the layers is a low degree.
It's also important to have the satellites in the optimum location (slot) for good geometry.
Based on the diameters at 20 [degrees]C provided by PTB ([+ or -]15 nm) and on the good geometry of the artifact, the relative uncertainties for the effective area were estimated to be about 2.
Figure 8 and the Appendix illustrate a hypothetical casting design using the recommended six factors behind good geometry selection.
If you find yourself constantly overshooting courses or flying paths worthy of a contortionist, then practice some good geometry in the simulator and find out how simple holding and the holding entry can be.