isoclinal

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isoclinal

[¦ī·sə′klīn·əl]
(geophysics)
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Assuming the intersection point of phase set [[summation].sub.N] and isoclinic line dx/dt = 0 is point A([x.sub.A], [y.sub.A]), where [x.sub.A] = (1-[alpha] [alpha](h))h and [y.sub.A] = (m-rh(1-[alpha](h)))/q[K + dh(1-[alpha])].
The observed isoclinic lines, i.e., the lines that connect points with the same direction of stress were found to spread out of the gate toward the edges.
The aim of this paper is to show that Seebeck observed in his apparatus in various glass specimens the basic photoelastic effect, isoclinic and interference fringes, which are used nowadays for residual stress measurement in glass and in other applications of photoelasticity.