normal projection

normal projection

[′nȯr·məl prə′jek·shən]
(mapping)
A projection in which a three-dimensional object is projected onto two mutually perpendicular planes.
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In the present case, the breasts remained in an approximately normal projection; therefore, mastopexy or reduction/augmentation mammaplasty was not indicated.
cylindrical elements in the calculation region; [H.sub.0n](Q) is the normal projection of [mathematical expression not reproducible];
Because the acceleration of the immersed sphere is in the Y direction, the source term derived in (14) is larger for those elements close to [absolute value of Y] = 1 m due to the remarkable quantity of normal projection in (12).
He even envisioned the possibility of showing it sometimes at one-sixth the normal projection speed (a 480-hour version!) and sometimes backward.
Try to teach facing the students to allow for normal projection of the voice.
The result is that the mirrored glass throws back the image onto the freestanding wall as well as letting the normal projection through, thereby doubling the image.
In case of a high demand situation, the projected growth is 8 per cent per annum and will reach 10,240MW by 2025, thus exceeding the normal projections by almost 1,600MW.
The BRN-10 is sans the normal projections giving an AR the look of an angry horned dinosaur: no case deflector, no forward assist and no fragile T-configured charging handle.
In the boundary conditions (1) and (2), as well as in formulas (3), the indices 1n and 2n have normal projections of the corresponding vectors in media 1 and 2.