S-shape


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S-shape

A standard, structural, hot-rolled steel shape of a specified category, designated by the prefix S placed before the size of the member.
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The second method is a non-linear regression model (Mohseni et al., 1998) that estimates water temperature as an s-shape function of air temperature.
Various kinds of models are developed to fit the S-shape curve, such as semi-log linear and log linear regression models by Dunkerley and Hoch [12], quasi-logistic function model by Button et al.
It can be seen that the higher the compressive stress is the more pronounced is the S-shape of the tensile curve, see Figure 2a.
The curve shape of the buried pipeline changes from S-shape to Z-shape with the increasing of the diameter-thick ratio.
Moreover, we first demonstrated and classified the patterns of external iliac aortic kinking observed in Thai cadavers into 4 major types: S-shape, reversed, C shape, low grade shape, and V-shape, respectively (Fig.
S-Shape. Basically, a S-shape LAC segment consists of two C-shape curves joined with [G.sup.1] continuity.
The S-shape of the Converge hub station, when looked at from side on, means there are a lot of nook and crannies that can be used to effectively deploy the main motive behind this product.
There are some existing heuristics for picker routing such as return, s-shape, largest gap, and combined routing.
Its unique S-shape design provides comfort while talking and messaging on the device.
20 Konstantin Grcic's tubular steel and recyclable polypropylene Pro 4-Leg chair for F16totto combines the freedom of a stool with an S-shape to alleviate back strain.
The swing seat is designed with a curvaceous S-shape with a slatted back and a large enough seat to curl up in.