notch depth

notch depth

[′näch ‚depth]
(metallurgy)
The distance from the surface of a metal specimen to the bottom of the notch.
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SNW, suprascapular notch width; SND, suprascapular notch depth; TS-SN, distance between the supraglenoid tubercle and deepest point of the suprascapular notch AL; acromion length; A-CP, distance between the acromion and coracoid process; USA, upper scapular angle; LSA; lower scapular angle.
where a is the notch depth, [[sigma].sub.0] is the applied stress, and [Y.sub.I] is the normalized fracture toughness.
Broad arcuate percussion notches, shown by large notch breadth to notch depth (NB/ND) ratios, also suggest that dynamic loading broke the limb bones (Capaldo and Blumenschine, 1994).
[4] Notch depth index has been used by authors to predict stenosis of intercondylar notch.
The authors focus the attention on four sensing strategies: (i) resonance frequency variation, (ii) coupling modulation through symmetry disruption (causing variation of the notch depth), (iii) frequency splitting (also exploiting symmetry properties), and (iv) amplitude modulation of a harmonic signal.
Figure 5 shows the comparison between intact and injured (notch depth of 0.5 mm) cartilages under a compression quantity of 0.1 mm and a rolling velocity of 4 mm/s.
On the other hand, mandibular notch breadth and mandibular notch depth presented lower results in this regard (0.85 (0.73-0.92) and 0.80 (0.70-0.87), respectively) (Table 3).
A similar trend was found in notch shape index (NSI), but not in notch depth index and the cross-sectional area.
Computations of the magnetic field were realized at 900 Hz for different values of the notch depth (noted [DELTA]z in the following) ranging in the depth set {0, 5, 250, 500,1000, and 1500} expressed in pm.
To investigate the influence of CPE on the notch sensitivity of the blends, different notch depth including 2.0, 3.0, 4.0, 5.0, 5.5, and 6.0 mm were introduced in each blends.
Generally, previous studies have used gonial angle (GA), antegonial notch depth (AND), ramus notch depth (RND), condylar height (CH), and ramus height (RH) to evaluate the anatomical changes in edentulous subjects [5, 6, 9,10].