plan view


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plan view

[′plan ‚vyü]
(graphic arts)
A drawing that shows the appearance of an object when seen from above.
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The mill includes advanced features like computerised control system for the Plan View Rolling ( PVR) process to maximise yield and high capacity levellers with hydraulic control to produce distortion free plates.
While the shape of the XL1 is tapered from front to rear, the width of the XL Sport is consistent at the front and rear, although from the plan view there is a bit of a waist in the cockpit area (the vehicle seats two, with staggered seating positions).
How many rectangles in the plan view of a tennis court shown in Figure 4?
There is also concern about what critics of the plan view as a lack of accountability it provides for taxpayer dollars.
Plan View of collar locations of holes with significant gold intercepts greater than 0.
In particular, the most neutral, unemotional, and unpainterly piece of the exhibition was Looking to the Right--Second Renovation, 2009, a superimposed plan view of two layouts of his apartment, before and after a recent renovation.
The technology enables users to move quickly and easily from a plan view to a three dimensional virtual representation meaning that users can visualise how their plans will look on completion.
Easy to read signs show the plan view of each garden and identify the flowers.
Current activity is progressing from paper maps to digital models, from plan view maps to comprehensive drillhole, geochemical, and geophysical databases, as well as to 3-D models, and from static to dynamic models.
What these different types of record seem to illustrate is that Stukeley's understanding of the Avebury complex was significantly different from the abstracted plan view of later traditions.
In Retail, for example, you get a plan view of the environs of a lift lobby in which plan views of people stride purposefully around.
The plan view allows the operator to view the current position of the machine relative to the digital design of the job, including the position of any structures, avoidance areas or design elements.