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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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However, the serum inorganic phosphorus plot has relatively wide limits of agreement, with significant scatter around the mean line.
q])--This is the square root of the average of the square of the deviation of the profile from the mean line.
BURTON has been doing a mean line in suiting lately and for autumn 2013 has come over all Downton Abbey with its heritage-inspired tailoring collection.
q] is the root mean square of the magnitude of the deviation of the roughness profile z(x) from the mean line.
The diva, below, has the voice of a nightingale and a mean line in funny.
But he also appears to do a mean line in making stars who once lit-up the Champions League look like Championship players in waiting.
a] is the characteristics of the departures of roughness profile from the mean line
a] is the arithmetical average of the absolute values of the roughness profile and [DELTA]d is the vertical distance from the roughness mean line of the rougher half to that of the smoother half.
Hayward had played drums (as well as melodica, kazoo, you name it) in various outfits which included the Roxy Music splinter band Quiet Sun, Bullen was primarily the guitar man (with a mean line in clarinets played in cupboards) and Williams started as a climbing the walls ranting and screaming frontman before settling down behind the organ that had belonged to Henry Cow.
First, filtering is simply to calculate a mean line of the primary profile (thin line in Fig.
a line-profile (1), integration of the areas above and below the mean line to calculate [R.
double dagger]) The estimated yield of the NE parent was calculated as mp - (se - mp), where the mp is the mid-parent values as estimated by the mean line yield and se is the yield of the SE parent, which was always greater than mp.