good geometry

good geometry

[¦gu̇d jē′äm·ə·trē]
(nuclear physics)
An arrangement of source and detecting equipment such that little error is produced by the finite sizes of the source and the detector aperture.
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When there is a multiple cladding it is obtained a good geometry and the dilution of the layers is a low degree.
If you find yourself constantly overshooting courses or flying paths worthy of a contortionist, then practice some good geometry in the simulator and find out how simple holding and the holding entry can be.
Figure 8 and the Appendix illustrate a hypothetical casting design using the recommended six factors behind good geometry selection.
These three conditions, 1) accurate dimensional measurement capability from the comparator at PTB, 2) good geometry of the artifact and 3) small clearance allows the effective area when used as a pressure generator to be determined with a relative standard uncertainty u(A)/A [approximately equal to][+ or -]1.4 x [10.sup.-6], (1[sigma]).
Recent advances in technology on two fronts, 1) the fabrication of large-diameter pistons and cylinders with good geometry, and 2) the ability to measure the dimensions of these components with high accuracy, have allowed dead-weight testers at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) to generate pressures that approach total relative uncertainties previously obtained only by manometers.
I think he can do well." Trapattoni was also fulsome in his praise of debutant Myler's "good geometry" in the middle of the park, where he will play alongside McCarthy.
It's also important to have the satellites in the optimum location (slot) for good geometry. If the constellation ever gets down to the minimum, non-WAAS receivers (TSO-C129a) will experience "RAIM holes" periodically each day where they won't have enough satellites and/or proper geometry to calculate integrity.
The author has conducted several experiments regarding the printing of thin walls, overhangs and holes and states: 'The holes up to diameter 7 mm can be printed without support structures while maintaining relatively good geometry and good accuracy.
The trouser tear method is a good geometry for measuring tear, but often tears out the side (not down the middle).