half section


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half section

[′haf ¦sek·shən]
(graphic arts)
View of a section of a symmetrical workpiece or assembly on an engineering drawing, terminating at an axis of symmetry.
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Going back to the linked geometry tab of the PDM of the VEL, the half section of die is selected for area and mass flow rate, or area/MFR association.
Further, while the magnitude of the peak compressive residual stress in the inner half section reduces with an increase in the r/t ratio, the magnitude of the peak tensile residual stress in the outer half section increases with an increase in the r/t ratio.
Stress and strain distributions obtained for both numerical models of the cylinder compression in half sections are presented below.
Two of these surfaces forms a dipole known as half section of ACD and the mirror image of half section of ACD along the vertical axis gives full section ACD as shown in Fig.
Crumple one half section of newspaper into a ball for the head.
Vintage loco Palmerston will haul freight wagons along the newly relaid mile and a half section from Rhyd Ddu to Pitts Head and Pont Cae'r Gors.
In front, a half section of cut corn resembled bald prairie.
A liquid-resistant barrier wall lies in a front half section of the absorbent body and extends from the vicinity of a centerline that bisects a longitudinal dimension of the absorbent body one of the end portions or a rear half section of the absorbent body.
The company earned a 31.5% interest in a half section of land (320 acres) by paying 75% of the costs of 4 square miles of 3D seismic data.
After just seventeen years of marriage, Phyllis was widowed and assumed actively farming the half section of land where she and her daughters continued to reside and where Phyllis still lives.
depicts, on its front face the half section of a flower
Let's say you're working a dog across a half section of wheat.