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sawtooth

A wing design in which there is a break in the outline of the leading edge of a high-speed aircraft, resembling a sawtooth or a saw cut, normally just outside a boundary layer fence, to prevent span-wise cross-flow over the wing. Also called dogtooth.*
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The Sawtooth wheel kit with tyres, and the ultimate Defender Classic Works Upgrade Kit, can only be purchased and fitted at Land Rover Classic's own facilities.
The counter works on the frequency [f.sub.s] = [2.sup.n] f, which means that for a period of sawtooth signal T the counter passes through all [2.sup.n] states, making an overflow.
Therefore, the sheared position of sawtooth is more close to the tooth root under CNS condition which is good for the sawtooth to exert its antishear ability.
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