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mean line

mean line
A line joining the leading and trailing edges of an airfoil equidistant from the upper and lower surfaces. Also known as a camber line or a mean camber line.
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q])--This is the square root of the average of the square of the deviation of the profile from the mean line.
Kurtosis (Rku): the measure of the peak-ed-ness of the profile about the mean line.
In this work, three more core inserts, each of which has different surface roughness on its two semicircular halves but with the same roughness mean lines, were machined and formed the mold cavity.
The Cottage doesn't offer an extensive bar food menu but it does a mean line in lunchtime soup and sandwiches.
Curtly Ambrose, Kenny Benjamin, Nixon McLean and Courtney Walsh bowled the same mean line that had destroyed England on the opening day.
0] is the mean value which is defined such that the sum of the areas above the mean line equals to the sum of the areas formed below the mean line, N is the total number of data points.
4) The Thermex bars all fell above the mean line while the conventional bars fell slightly below the mean line.
Compared to Vesta, Unger's Big Vesta features a larger x-height - the distance between the baseline and the mean line of lowercase characters - in addition to shortened ascenders and descenders, and tighter letter spacing.
And as if that's not enough, as she proved last week, she also does a mean line in documentaries.
They look good, sound great and do a mean line in banter too.
t] (maximum height of the profile) above the mean line of the roughness profile are measured.
To consider the surface roughness effect on the volume of the mold cavity, the effective mold wall should be at the mean line of the surface roughness (see Fig.