face height

face height

[′fās ‚hīt]
(mining engineering)
The vertical distance between the top and toe of a quarry or opencast face.
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Progressive increase in lower anterior face height and the use of posterior occlusal bite-block in its management.
found The report said: "Taller face height, wider eye distance and larger nose size were all associated with perceptions of intelligence.
A single bramble stem snaked out from a wall, hanging over the road at face height.
A 3% sub-drill shall be added to the face height of each hole.
Facial width, total face height, short forehead height, long forehead height, upper face height, nasal bridge length, nose height, morphological face height, and lower face height computed from readings of the Akinlolu-Raji image-processing algorithm were analyzed using z-test (P ≤ 0.
After the incident, Trevor posted the images of his bloodied face on Facebook along with the message: "WARNING up in Guisborough woods people, top of concrete road, BARBED WIRE across track, as you can see face height - well for me.
MSHA also noted increased face height in its report; throughout the day shift and afternoon shift the day of the incident, the face height increased from 7 ft to approximately 12 ft due to the removal of the material in front of and under the panline.
The standard version has a shallower face height than the Tour version, which is more compact from heel to toe and front to back and launches lower with less spin.
This allows the mandible to rotate up- ward, shortening the lower face height, and allowing the lips to meet in response.
Subultra class shovels need a face height of at least 33 ft for efficient dipper loading, while ultra-class models need much more--in the range of 50 ft or so.
Changes in Adult Face Height Due to Ageing, Wear and Loss of Teeth and Prosthetic Treatment.