frontal profile

frontal profile

[¦frənt·əl ′prō‚fīl]
(meteorology)
The outline of a front as seen on a vertical cross section oriented normal to the frontal surface.
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The ASX frontal profile shares a close family resemblance with the Montero and Outlander.
Featuring a design optimised for space, aerodynamics and efficiency, the ASX frontal profile shares a close family resemblance with the Montero and Outlander.
The most important parameters that are influencing the injury risk of a pedestrian are the age of the pedestrian, collision velocity, vehicle type and the frontal profile design of the vehicle [1].
The design of the vehicle frontal profile may influence the injury risk.
It is desired to reduce the injury severity by improving the frontal profile design of the vehicles.
In order to study the behavior of the pedestrian in case of an impact against a vehicle with different frontal profile, two different vehicles were used, having different design of the frontal bumper.
In order to determine the influence of the design of the frontal profile of the vehicle at the collision with a pedestrian two crash tests were organized, using vehicles with different frontal profile design.
Calibrated digital photograph of frontal profile was taken by using fixed digital camera.
male 4.5% female P value =0.17) have asymmetrical frontal profile. According to relation between the type and presence of asymmetry in frontal profile we found the highest relation was with impacted teeth 66.7% and the least with crossbite 26.8% (P value =0.17).
For the relation between the severity of malocclusion and presence of asymmetry in frontal profile Grade 5 was found the highest (54.%) (P value=0.08).
Only the relation between severity of malocclusion and asymmetry in frontal profile (male) was found to be statistically significant (P value= 0.01).
The present study was done to assess the association between the malocclusion (type severity and location) with body posture in frontal profile. There are many studies which have tried to investigate the relation between malocclusion and body posture but they have mainly concentrated in lateral profile more than frontal profile.1101214