complex fold

complex fold

[′käm‚pleks ′fōld]
(geology)
A fold whose axial line is also folded.
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This western area is now recognised to comprise a significant graphite zone interlayered within the hinge of a complex fold. The apparent fold limbs thin to some 50 meters in width further to the east.
The scientists then linked the fragments together and made the complex fold into its specific, biologically active form.
This western area was interpreted as a potential bulk graphite zone interlayered within the hinge of a complex fold system.
The study area is covered by Mesozoic-Cenozoic age rocks that have undergone severe deformation and is characterized by the formation of complex fold and thrust assemblages.
The modular concept allows for flexible configuration and simple to complex fold patterns to cover most applications, said Tamada.
In contrast, the main objective of the maths in a box task is the development of the mathematical model--a more challenging process because of the complex folds needed to make the box.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Many of the complex folded shapes that form mammalian tissues can be recreated with very simple instructions, UC San Francisco bioengineers report December 28 in the journal Developmental Cell.
Larger and more complex folds are often observed in the initial region of the mid-gut and pyloric caeca of several fish species (Reifel & Travill, 1979; Faccioli et al.).
commercial forms: flat and folded commercial offset printing (stationary, flat print, simple folded print, complex folded print, pocket folders).
Computer scientists and mathematicians have worked for decades on algorithms to model complex folded shapes.
There are increasingly complex folds and patterns on clothing, seen clearly in the work of the painter Makron (5).
More structured dresses, replete with complex folds and tailored waists, hearken to the more formal nuptials the couple also threw in Lebanon last year.