projection area

projection area

[prə′jek·shən ‚er·ē·ə]
(anatomy)
An area of the cortex connected with lower centers of the brain by projection fibers.
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Tenders are invited for Civil Works For Renovation Of Tank Farm And Bitumen Pouring In Annular Bottom Projection Area At Iocl Wrpl Vadinar
2009) to simulate the off-normal roller shades properties, part of complex fenestration simulation, and the ray-tracing method to capture the sun's projection area and direct illuminance on interior surfaces.
As shown in family with number 30 and 528, crown projection area of both families calculated using average radius gave the same result as measurement of crown projection in the field.
On going in, there were a few rows of chairs and stools with a stream of dust coming from the projection area.
Radial, axial and tangential projections of the contact zone between the roller and work are made, then the radial projection area Sr, axial projection area Sz and tangential projection area St can be obtained, as shown in the Figure 3 ~ 5.
Between past, present and future, this exhibition offers a comprehensive overview of robotics with heritage pieces, old machines, industrial robots and service robots in operation, audiovisual and interactive displays, a projection area, visual and sound installations, as well as an information centre on careers in robotics.
Despite its large 200-inch projection area, it projects clear and bright images, approximately six times brighter than other premium projectors, its makers say.
Despite its large 200-inch projection area, the CF3DAT projects clear and bright images, using its full HD display (1920x1080) supported by a brightness of 1,250 ANSI lumens in 3D mode, approximately six times brighter than other premium projectors, according to the statement.
This included the facade, 4 minarets, and 12 domes, for a projection area that is 600ft (182m) wide by 351ft (107m) high.
The stadium was equipped with 1,696 lighting fixtures, 80 projectors covering 4,4000 square metres of projection area and 205 speakers weighing 13 tonnes with 219,600 watts of amplification.
Then, the air flow through F is reduced in the projection area perpendicular to the plane of the cross-sectional area without holes.
d] and using this equality we can construct an estimator of the surface area from the object total projection area (area weighted by Euler characteristics of projection inverse, see Serra, 1982):