distance ratio

distance ratio

[′dis·təns ‚rā·shō]
(mechanical engineering)
The ratio of the distance moved by the effort or input of a machine in a specified time to the distance moved by the load or output.
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A higher intercanine intermolar distance ratio was observed in low angle subjects in mandible arch (0.
However, it was found that there is a weak positive relation between step distance ratio and jump contact time (r=0.
Another calibration parameter worth considering is the pixel to distance ratio (Gonzales & Woods, 2007).
The hyomental distance ratio (HMDR) is the ratio between the hyomental distance (HMD) (the distance between the hyoid bone and the tip of the chin) at the extreme of head extension (HMDe) and the one in the neutral position (HMDn).
Center distance ratio: Center distance ratio (cdr) is ratio of cd to 1: cdr = cd/1
If habitat use is random then the distance ratio (d) should approximately equal 1.
Comparison of five methods in predicting difficult laryngoscopy: Neck circumference, neck circumference to thyromental distance ratio, the ratio of height to thyromental distance, upper lip bite test and Mallampati test.
This may sound technical but there are websites that allow you to calculate the throw distance ratio that the projector you are buying one should have.
jh], called either economic distance ratio or REA, plays a crucial role in the decomposition (3), and can be regarded as the measure of relative economic affluence of the j-th subpopulation with respect to the h-th subpopulation:
In 2005, we validated quantitative echocardiographic measurements that helped in diagnosing of AVSD with no primum ASD: the measurements of the left ventricle inlet to outlet distance ratio and the percentage of the left AV valve guarded by the mural leaflet (3).
To analyze the data, we calculated the distance ratio between the indicated interval size and the size of the fixed interval for each subject and condition.

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