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notch

US and Canadian a narrow pass or gorge

notch

[näch]
(electronics)
Rectangular depression extending below the sweep line of the radar indicator in some types of equipment.
(engineering)
A V-shaped indentation or cut in a surface or edge.
(geology)
A deep, narrow cut near the high-water mark at the base of a sea cliff.
(geography)
A narrow passage between mountains or through a ridge, hill, or mountain.

notch

A cutout in a log or timber, usually at or near one of its ends, that is used to form a rigid joint when mated with another appropriately cutout log or timber at right angles to it; for example, at the corners of a log cabin or log house. See corner notch, diamond notch, double-saddle notch, dovetail notch, half-cut notch, half-dovetail notch, halved-and-lapped notch, lap notch, log notch, round notch, saddle notch, single notch, single-saddle notch, square notch, V-notch.
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When notched bodies experience a cyclic loading, the elastic stresses and strains at the notch root can be associated to the function of actual elastic-plastic stresses and strains at the notch root using the Neuber rule [1] or the ESED method [2].
The proposed antenna may be suitable for UWB applications with notched band maximum VSWR levels satisfactory for providing acceptable rejection of WiMAX, C-band satellite and WLAN system to avoid interferences.
The gain of the original UWB antenna without notched band is also given.
6(a)-(d), by shorting the corresponding notched band, the effect of the half-wavelength resonator disappears.
Second, the effect of dimensions of the [pi]-shaped slot integrated on the microstrip feed-line on the corresponding notched frequency at 5.
No notched lobsters died in tank A immediately after notching, and only 1 lobster died in tank B immediately after notching.
The comparison of the notched antennas with and without the arc-shape cut is shown in Figure 6.
STRUCTURE AND DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS OF UWB BPF WITH NOTCHED BAND
9) studied the plastic deformation and slip-line fields in notched specimens of pure and rubber-toughened epoxies using the Drucker-Prager yield criterion.