slant plane

slant plane

[′slant ‚plān]
(ordnance)
In antiaircraft artillery, the plane containing the target course line and the pintle center of the gun.
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In the frictionless support model (Figure 5), the supports on the slant plane are assumed to be roller type.
Thus, it can be concluded that if the friction bolts are used instead of normal bolts, we need higher axial force and elevated temperature to make two ends of the beam aiming for upward crawling on the slant plane.
Hence, in comparing to the previous case ([[mu].sub.s] = 0.5), the beam starts to crawl on the slant plane with a lower initial axial force.
Then, the CSAR data of slant plane are transformed to ground plane by pseudo-inverse operation.
[22.] Soumekh, M., "Reconnaissance with slant plane circular SAR imaging," IEEE Transactions on Image Processing, Vol.
Thus, it can be deduced from (27) that the jamming is distributed within a slant plane, and the incline angle of the slant plane is equal to the supplementary angle of InSAR's depression angle [alpha].
An algorithm based on the Fourier properties of slant plane Green function was presented by Soumekh for CSAR [1, 13].