bullet nose

bullet nose

[′bu̇l·ət ‚nōz]
(mathematics)
A plane curve whose equation in cartesian coordinates x and y is (a 2/ x 2)-(b 2/ y 2)=1, where a and b are constants.
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The term indicating the tapered portion of a pointed bullet nose is ogive (pronounced oh-jive).
The bullet has radial flutes that descend from the bullet nose.
It was determined that the magazine's bullet guide spring was not keeping the bullet nose low enough when the bolt was pushing the bullet forward.
A ported bullet nose cap for protection of the sensor diaphragm.
The nose is immune to plugging with material: Even if you fire the bullet through a jacket pocket, the polymer plug is driven into the bullet nose on impact and this results in good expansion.
The Bullet Nose Dowels are designed for alignment of two fixture pieces with the pin and head concentric within 0.
A bullet nose on the input shaft locates the coupling bore during assembly.
It had developed a bullet nose and become metallic and shiny.
One final caution: Never use a pistol primer in any load used in a tubular magazine where the bullet nose is either sharp, round, or has an unusually small meplat (flat end).
Even if a bullet nose bulges under impact and springs back to its original shape once it slows, penetration will change.
Tenders are invited for Cfd Analysis Of Icing Characteristics Of Turbofoan Engines Struts And Bullet Nose Including The Effect Of Air Intake
While modern magazines feed the bullet nose more into the chamber, a perfectly adjusted standard design magazine remains the superior product.