angle of entry


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angle of entry

[′aŋ·gəl əv ′en·trē]
(ordnance)
The acute angle between the tangent to the trajectory at the point of impact of a bomb or projectile and the perpendicular to the surface of the ground or target at the point of impact.
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The time t needed for the ball to traverse the trajectory until it enters the basket can be found for each angle, based on its value and the value of the initial speed already calculated, according to the formula (used above in system processing): [??] and is required to find the angle of entry of the ball into the basket according to the formula: [??]
As a cannulator, you evaluate and determine the angle of entry you will use for each site.
Go in carefully and in a completely controlled manner with an adjusted angle of entry. I prefer to use a microlaparoscopic entry here, although some surgeons use a Veress needle and trocar.
The Series JG's mounting clamp has an adjustable angle of entry by indexed ball-and-socket design to achieve various process results.
Using a DF antenna, an operator could measure the angle of entry of a radio signal bouncing off the ionosphere and pinpoint the distance to the radio source.
The experts were saying that something went wrong with their angle of entry and if that happens it means almost instant injury."
These balls, known simply as "resins," or "cheater" balls, provide two factors that increase the probability of stricking: greater angle of entry into the pocket and greater energy transfer.
The Council is now involved in further research to determine the optimum configuration of die-land geometry, diameter ratios, and angle of entry for twin-screw extruder dies, in order to obtain the desired morphology.
“They are wider than the common ramps people are used to seeing, but they offer a significantly lower angle of entry and exit than standard ramps,” noted Patrick French, Vice President at On Site Energy.
This study starts with the hypothesis that there is a direct connection between the launching angle and the angle of entry of the ball in the basket, connection which can be mathematically demonstrated.
They say imitation is the sin-cerest form of flattery and the ex-postman from the Hague has paid The Power the ultimate complement by changing his style to mirror Taylor's angle of entry into the board.