linear dimension

linear dimension

A dimension measured along a straight line.
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Linear dimension becomes more flexible supporting Auto/Horizontal/Vertical methods.
Canonical correlation analysis revealed that weight was positively correlated with the proximal right ventricular outflow diameter and the basal left ventricular linear dimension in both genders.
Day to day tasks in the measurement laboratory include feature and surface inspection, linear dimension measurements and GD&T (Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing) analysis to monitor production quality from the shop floor and assist in new product development.
In both cases, with the elements being the most densely packed in the volume, the reduced minimum linear dimension of the outer spherical surface will be as follows:
The Pearson product-moment correlation coefficient (r) was used to analyze correlations between incision length and tissue volume, and between incision length and the largest linear dimension of either the affected lobe or the total gland.
This is the linear dimension of our relevance with the Silk Road.
Principal Component Analysis (PCA) [16-18] and Linear Discriminant Analysis (LDA) [19] are two typical linear dimension reduction methods.
The trend of dimension shrinking in silicon microelectronic industry has been following Moore's Law during recent decades, but physics fundamental problems in small dimensions caused changes to transistor linear dimension reductions.
6 revealed the linear dimension of the RAE to be approximately 300 mm, exceeding to a considerable degree the estimate for composition homogeneity (Stroeven and Stroeven, 2001).
Because of the relative shortness of the linear dimension of the unit compared to that of some sculptures, Lange found that it was possible to form a tightly curved surface, this being different from the planar form in which bricks are usually employed (such a curved surface may of course be created by carving leather hard bricks).
If one animal is, say, twice as big as another animal in each linear dimension, then its total volume, or mass, is 23 times as large, but its skin surface is only 22 times as large.
The change in linear dimension as a function of temperature can be described by the following:

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