direction angles

direction angles

[də′rek·shən ′aŋ·gəlz]
(mathematics)
The three angles which a line in space makes with the positive x, y, and z axes.
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Depending on the desired reference values, the speed and direction angles that the vehicle must make, and the angular velocities of the right and left wheels accordingly, are calculated by a subprogram written in MATLAB.
Understanding the role that different plume direction angles or effective plume cone dispersion angles have on this process can be assisted by considering the "one-way" coupling approach, which uses modeling of the internal flow to establish plume direction rather than any prescribed input.
Response reduction is analyzed in terms of reduction in base shear for different wind direction angles. Significant reduction in base shear is achieved by installation of TMD as listed on Table 12.
Those values are used to calculate the direction angles from one point to the next and the distances between those steps.
The backscattering coefficients versus wind direction angles for the incidence of 60[degrees] are shown in Figure 6.
The variation of hydraulic conductivity coefficients with the increase of direction angles and sample size is depicted in Figure 12.
A differential equation of direction angles ([TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII.] 1981) can be applied to find the permitted value of ([[alpha].sub.PQ], i.e.
The metallic reinforcement elements of the working crown plies are parallel to each other within each working crown ply and are crossed from one working crown ply to the next, forming with the circumferential direction angles [[alpha].sub.1] and [[alpha].sub.1] of between 10[degrees] and 45[degrees].
Another issue is generating the correct vector direction angles for a DCC CMM.

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