short arc

short arc

[¦shȯrt ′ärk]
(mathematics)
The shorter of the two arcs between the points of intersection of a chord with a circle.
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He had a short arc on "Satisfaction" in 2014, multiple movies in 2015, and then a role on "Mr.
The waning gibbous Moon forms a beautiful short arc with Jupiter and Spica at dawn on February 15th.
Rail access to the port is currently limited to four-axle locomotives because of the short arc of the approach, due to the narrow arc of the rail entrance.
That is, many operations are using trochoidal milling approaches, which means that there is a constant maximum chip thickness and a short arc of contact, which results in high feed rates, minimal vibration, and long tool life.
Despite his short arc on the popular series, he managed to be chased by rabid zombies, fought over by his neighbors, and smothered by his overbearing mother.
In actual fact, due to the rotation of the Earth during nearly two hours' observing time, its apparent motion was not entirely uniform and so the stacked image is distorted slightly into a very short arc.
The short arc increases the pressure, the penetration grows and, consequently, unwanted short-circuits result in more defects and spatter.
It's the most southerly very bright star that's visible from around 40[degrees] north, so during autumn evenings it makes only a short arc low across the southern sky.
Analytical instruments that operate in the ultraviolet, visible, and near-infrared (UV-Vis-NIR) wavelengths require a high brightness light source, typically provided by excimer, deuterium, xenon short arc, or mercury discharge lamps.
The inferior limit of applying the CMT joining process, with low heat input, is lower compared to conventional solutions with short arc and short-circuits transfer, which ensures a significant extension of the joining domain.