transverse axis


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transverse axis

[trans¦vərs ′ak·səs]
(mathematics)
The portion of a line passing through the foci of a hyperbola that lies between the two branches of the hyperbola.
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Our results also support the decrease in transverse axis displacement, especially in older persons.
Regarding the displacement of the hand during the phases of the underwater pull it was observed that breathing caused a significant increase in the lateral displacement of the hand in the transverse axis during the down-sweep and a significant decrease in the hand's lateral displacement from the end of the most medial position of the hand in the transverse axis to hand exit, during the push phase.
The second transverse axis is a 1-DOF wrist axis orthogonal to the plane defined by the vertical bars of the pantograph mechanism and, therefore, depending on the orientation of the handgrip, enables either wrist flexion/extension or radial/ulnar deviation, component 5 in Figure 2(a).
A narrow chamber with bevelled ceiling is then immediately pierced on its transverse axis and the visitor is repositioned above the sunken roof of the driving range.
4 g/cm3 which comprises a superabsorbent material; and iii) regions of low superabsorbent basis weight in the acquisition/storage laver or the storage system to create one or more preferential fold zones; wherein the ratio of the width of said absorbent core at a transverse axis to the widest lateral width in either of a first waist region or a second waist region is less than about 1.
A sanitary napkin with a longitudinal axis defining a longitudinal orientation and longitudinally-oriented side edges, a transverse axis orthogonal to the said longitudinal axis, a thickness measured orthogonal to a plan defined by the said longitudinal axis and the said transverse axis.
The article features an absorbent chassis defining a longitudinal axis, a transverse axis, front and back waist edges parallel to the transverse axis, opposite side edges extending between the front and back waist edges, a front waist region contiguous with the front waist edge, a back waist region contiguous with the back waist edge and a crotch region that extends between and interconnects the front and back waist regions.
The article includes an absorbent chassis defining a longitudinal axis, a transverse axis, front and back waist edges parallel to the transverse axis, opposite side edges extending between the front and back waist edges, a front waist region contiguous with the front waist edge, a back waist region contiguous with the back waist edge and a crotch region that extends between and interconnects the front and back waist regions.

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