trihedral


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trihedral

[trī′hē·drəl]
(mathematics)
Any figure obtained from three noncoplanar lines intersecting in a common point.
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As having the ideal point-like scattering properties and exactly scattering mechanism, the trihedral corner reflectors are widely utilized to demonstrate the performance of imaging algorithm.
No precision dimensions are required: ball diameter, ball position, socket positions, trihedral and V-groove dimensions and angles can vary widely without compromising exact constraint.
Seven of the nine paintings in the show employ clear variations on a tessellating trihedral pattern appropriated from the Louis Kahn-designed ceiling of the Yale Art Gallery, an exemplar of midcentury architectural innovation.
German-made touring kayak uses a trihedral hull design to gain a unique balance of glide speed, carving agility, carrying capacity, stability, and comfort.
American-owned Bell Geospace, IPRES from Norway and Canadian firm Trihedral Engineering are all opening bases in the Granite City.
The Existing Scada System Utilizes Trihedral Vtscada Version 11.
Unlike the objects such as the dihedral, the trihedral changes slowly with the azimuth aspect.
One trihedral corner reflector is placed at a position between two palm trees at the center, but a little further than them in range direction.
The directions of the three axes of the kinematical joints form a dextral trihedral and they are oriented upon the frontal, transversal and sagittal direction of the shoulder's joint.
Therefore, plate, dihedral and trihedral consist of the dominating principal scatterers in a building.
Yu, "High frequency scattering from trihedral corner reflectors and other benchmark targets: SBR versus experiments," IEEE Trans.