isoshear

isoshear

[′ī·sə‚shir]
(meteorology)
A line on a chart of equal magnitude of vertical wind shear.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

isoshear

A line on the weather chart showing equal values of wind shear.
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The device features Meggitt's proprietary Isoshear construction, which reduces transient temperature and base strain outputs.
Models feature the company's Isoshear construction, which is said to significantly reduce transient temperature and base strain outputs, while maintaining a high mounted resonance and continuous operation in temperatures of up to +260[degrees]C (+500[degrees]F) with long mean time before failure (MTBF).
Models feature Meggitt's own proprietary Isoshear construction, which reduces transient temperature and base strain outputs, is rated to operate in temperatures of up to 260 [degrees]C (500 [degrees]F).