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helical

[′hel·ə·kəl]
(mathematics)
Pertaining to a cylindrical spiral, for example, a screw thread.
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Experimental investigation on convective Heat transfer and friction factor in a helically coiled tube with [Al.
Under light microscope, they were gram negative, plump rods ranged from 3- 5 m size and showed fast helically motility which confirmed their identification as Azospirillum sp.
Wongwises, Two-phase flow model of refrigerants flowing through helically coiled capillary tubes, Appl.
Our four product lines, FlexPipe Linepipe, FlexPipe Linepipe High Temperature, FlexCord Linepipe and FlexCord Linepipe Anti-buoyant, are based on a three-layer design (thermoplastic liner, a helically wound reinforcement layer and an external thermoplastic jacket).
The XHab rehabilitation process involves helically wrapping multiple layers of an ultra-high strength steel strip over an existing pipeline, using a fully automated wrapping machine that can refurbish up to 1km per day of onshore and offshore pipelines.
While the type and number of nails utilized in pallet production can vary depending on the pallet design specifications, a 48 by 40-inch nonreversible stringer pallet was found to use an average of 84 helically threaded nails of identical length (3.
There are various options in the laser-cut pattern including intermittent, helically, or spiral-cut designs.
With a helically geared, three-step drive, it is quiet in operation and designed for a long working life with intense use (min.
This combination of a helically stranded core, and a pressure extruded outer jacket provides an overall cable construction that offers crush and impact protection and increased tensile strength.
This combination of a helically stranded core and extruded outer jacket offers crush and impact protection and increased tensile strength, according to OCC.
And the ceramic twist figures in Tripod Tooter's cousin Twister in a bigger way, for not only is the teapot spout helically shaped, so too is the ridiculously tall neck of the vessel, twisting upward over the almost laughable volumetric nothingness of the pot itself resting on the tiny stubs of legs that are themselves the diametrical opposite of the long, elegant ones of Stilts.