circle diagram

circle diagram

[¦sər·kəl ¦dī·ə‚gram]
(electricity)
A diagram which gives a graphical solution of equations for a transmission line, giving the input impedance of the line as a function of load impedance and electrical length of the line.
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A divided circle diagram illustrates the 9 Enneagram personality types, and suggests specific strategies such as conscious breathing for shifting attention and realigning awakened qualities.
When reviewing independent variables this may be done in a classical circle diagram.
To help visualize these forces I've used a concentric circle diagram (Figure) in the classes we teach to our leaders here for the Career and Pre-command Courses.
This application demonstrates how direction vectors are calculated using a very basic Trigonometry concept called the unit circle diagram.
Each time, the prover sets up a new circle diagram, which is then hidden.
By reference to the Ford circle diagrams or to the expressions for edge weights in the graph, it is clear that the distance of a vertex from the origin is independent of the actual route taken so long as progress is consistently from left to right in the graph.
The Raj of 1930 is divided, for the purposes of Thorner's atlas, into twenty-one regions--from the Northwest Frontier Province to the Tamil country--each provided with a somewhat schematic land-utilization map and circle diagrams indicating types and proportions of produce, by district (when known).