symmetry plane

symmetry plane

[′sim·ə‚trē ‚plān]
(crystallography)
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The dimensionless pressure contours on the symmetry plane x-z (see Fig.
Half of six columns, which is split by a symmetry plane (Figure 2), has been modeled in order to reduce computational complexity, time, and cost of simulation.
The term monosymmetry is used here for flowers that have one symmetry plane (following Endress, 1999, 2001 a).
These phenomena both occurred in the vertical symmetry plane separating the dipole's counter-rotating vortices.
The crack is considered placed in the symmetry plane of the joint.
The response to 'vertical disturbances' produced by a test solenoid at 15 m distance, but close to the symmetry plane of the external coil pair, yielded suppression factors up to 50 at 0.
In order to save computational time, we take advantage of the symmetrical properties of the room and only model one half of it, using a symmetry plane.
4 mm section was cut from the center along the symmetry plane of the extrudate in the flow direction.
1]) profiles at the symmetry plane of the density current (Run 3 and 4) in an unconfined channel, in comparison with 3-D experimental data.
Figure 5 shows a comparison of the vertical velocity component at the mouth level along a horizontal line on the symmetry plane.
The four curves are labeled for the mode (L or S) and the symmetry plane (1-2 or 1-3) and plotted values are inverse of velocity, that is slowness [s.
with grooves, the displacement of these points takes place in the symmetry planes.

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