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axial

[′ak·sē·əl]
(science and technology)
Of, pertaining to, or along an axis.
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Buckling not only leads to the increase of contact force and friction, also impacts the axial force transfer and exerts the difficulty of well trajectory control.
a Transverse section; background cell type is septate fibers; axial parenchyma identifiable as slightly wider cells around the vessels, b Radial section.
All participants underwent detailed ophthalmic examination including axial lengths measurements, auto refraction andretinal nerve fibre layer thickness analysis.
The researchers suggest that Kepler-186f's axial tilt is very stable, much like the Earth, making it likely that it has regular seasons and a stable climate.
The proposed solution is extended to the case of hollow cylinders and is also applicable to conditions where a constant axial stress is presented.
[12] installed FBG sensors on the plate of a rock bolt for measuring axial force of the rock bolt.
Whereas, by the utilization of hybrid loading and cavity groove technique, we present the design of the smallest form factor with significant performance enhancement in gain by a factor of 3.65 dBi and axial ratio improved by 2.27 dB as compared to a simple Archimedean spiral antenna, in an affordable, easy-to-fabricate design.
In term of lateral resistance, the maximum resistance was obtained when 12 mm deformed bars were used (12L-0.2) under low axial load level.
Axial dimension lenticular components dn 900 for the primary circuit dn900 reference number37752029 / 2019 / 50p
- US-based biotechnology company Axial Biotherapeutics has received a direct investment of USD 10m from Taiho Ventures, LLC to fund the discovery and development of novel gut-targeted, small molecule approaches in oncology, the company said.
Using the CT images, the maximum width and length of the stones were measured in axial and coronal sections, respectively.