The cross-sectional area
increases with NCS severity.
As can be seen from the figure, the area is critical when the shaft cross-sectional area
is smaller than 4 [m.sup.2] and airflow lower than 95 [m.sup.3]/s.
Depending on the selected technology for installing a suspension structure (applying or omitting the strain of the bearing component), the cross-sectional area
of the bearing component can be calculated thus selecting the initial geometric length of the component so that in each case sag should not exceed the condition of the allowable gradient of the current part and should meet requirements for the safety and appropriateness of the limit state.
In the group of patients with diabetes, the average cross-sectional area
of the median nerve was measured as 10.2[+ or -]2.9 [mm.sup.2] in the proximal region, 7.5[+ or -]1.9 [mm.sup.2] beneath, and 7.7[+ or -]1.8 [mm.sup.2] in the distal region of the transverse carpal ligament.
The fibrils gradually shrank back to original phase, however, the average cross-sectional area
of fibrils increased with restrictions.
Where: Fs max is the shearing force in N; and A is the cross-sectional area
of the stalk at shearing plane in mm2.
Therefore, the CBCT has been introduced as a relatively new and effective method that delivers 3D images and allows volume, sagittal and cross-sectional area
analysis and thereby a better diagnosis (Grauer et al., 2009).
described the cross-sectional area
of the superior articular facet .
The low vascular pressures stem from the vast cross-sectional area
encompassed by the pulmonary circulation, the short distance traversed across this vascular network, the architecture of the right ventricle and the pulmonary vessels, and the physical mechanisms known as recruitment and distention.
The product of the cross-sectional area
and the drag coefficient will be considerably less than those of the donor vehicle, so the car will have a much better fuel consumption at cruising speed.
 tried to improve the BTB SB technique, creating a rectangular tunnel and bony part of the graft, neglecting the importance of the cross-sectional area
of the classic BTB graft, with a width of 10 mm and the thickness of 3-5 mm, which ultimately depends on the individual patient's characteristics [15-17].
This gives the via a conducting cross-sectional area
. (2) There are fabrication limitations on the minimum size of a via drill diameter, and tolerances on plating thickness.