profile line

profile line

[¦prō‚fīl ‚līn]
(geology)
The top line of a profile section, representing the intersection of a vertical plane with the surface of the ground.
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It is an extension of the Bio profile line of cell culture analyzers which also provides 16 cell culture chemistries.
The anatomical and radiographic research methods used by Gerasimov allowed scientists to not only determine standards for the thickness of soft tissues along the face profile line, but also to reveal patterns in the distribution of the soft tissues' thickness, depending on skull surface morphology development.
It's even simpler to cope primed trim because the contrast between the raw wood and the painted surface gives you a crisp profile line to follow.
The profile line as an aid in critically evaluating facial esthetics.
We also have a profile line, one of the largest in the region, and a ready-fix line.
So far, our Profile line has been a great addition to our core line and really works well in the family planning aisle," Pollington Sirjani says, adding that CVS Caremark Corp.
Integrating the front and side profiles together by MATLAB, the space profile line can be reached.
Visual analysis of the profiles showed also that for DEMs obtained from Natural Neighbour, Topo To Raster, TIN and Kriging interpolation methods and for SPOT-HRS, the profile line is very smooth and close to the real landform, while for DEMs obtained from IDW and Spline interpolation methods and SRTM and ASTER DEMS the profiles show more irregular lines, with many thresholds in slope angle (fig.
The current point of the profile line is A(xAK,yAK).
The order will be produced at a new full profile line for railway wheels machining recently installed at Interpipe's NTRP mill.
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