Cutoff angle

Cutoff angle

The critical viewing angle beyond which a source can no longer be seen because of an obstruction such as a baffle or overhang.
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2015) indicated that, compared to elevation cutoff angle of 10[degrees], the height accuracy can be improved by 25% for stations in Antarctic at elevation cutoff angle of 5[degrees] due to more low elevation angle observations.
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4[degrees], the cutoff angle that marks the transition from Case II to Case III for the 100% fullness drapery, [[tau].
Neuwirth recommends using a cutoff angle of 6 degrees as measured with a scoliometer.
Shaded models with controllable light source and cutoff angle can be displayed or printed, as well as outline displays and fast three-dimensional displays.
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Furthermore, the shape of the function can be modified by adjusting the exponent, or it can be scaled to a cutoff angle where transmission falls to zero.
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