right circular cylinder

right circular cylinder

[′rīt ′sər·kyə·lər ′sil·ən·dər]
(mathematics)
A solid bounded by two parallel planes and by a cylindrical surface consisting of the straight lines perpendicular to the planes and passing through a circle in one of them.
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The investigation discussed here addresses the effects of a finite-sized aluminum ground plane on coupling to the inside of a metallic enclosure (open-ended right circular cylinder) through a slotted aperture.
The ideal bearing journal is a right circular cylinder with a finish that is as smooth as possible.
The hydrocode of the flyer plate test technique demonstrated a cross section of the flyer plate being launched into an explosively filled right circular cylinder. The cylinder is impact by the plate, and a detonation wave is induced in the explosive.