orientation vector

orientation vector

[‚ȯr·ē·ən′tā·shən ‚vek·tər]
(mechanical engineering)
A vector whose direction indicates the orientation of a robot gripper.
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i] element of the fiber orientation vector is used to create the structure for simulation, and the remaining elements are discarded.
Object orientation vector [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] is estimated by using (2)
Inclusions are divided into different families characterized by different orientation vector similarly as during the preparation of the RVE geometry.
Figure 5 has following designations: [theta]--the angle between the orientation vector V is relative to the ox axis in the positive direction, the angle [phi]--the angle of the steering wheel is relative to the axis of the connection of the front wheels and the rear, the point P--point owned housing platform moving on a trajectory highlighted in blue.
11 shows the number of fibers that have an orientation vector ([theta], [phi]) in spherical notations.
where w is the decision plane orientation vector, b is the bias, [[xi].
The surface orientation distributions are shown by vector plots, constructed in a similar way as the bulk orientation vector plots presented in Fig.
This establishes the toot axis orientation vector for each pose.
An orientation vector of length n is an n-tuple [alpha] = ([alpha].
2], where v is an orientation vector, x is an asymmetry coefficient, and [G.
The sum effect of conditions in each layer is then calculated for each element, thereby determining an orientation vector.
The fiber orientation is described by the orientation tensors, which can be obtained by integrating the dyadic product of the unit orientation vector p with the distribution function [GAMMA] (p) over all possible directions, as follows [26]: