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.
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.
When comparing sources for integration into the enterprise database, data may contain redundant feature and attribute information, good geometry with missing attribute and feature details or precise feature and attribute information but structures or levels defined differently than an enterprise's data model.