vertical plane


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vertical plane

A plane at right angles to the horizontal plane and within which angles and distances are observed.
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This imaging mode, called Q-BAM[TM], makes it possible to select the most useful vertical plane before beginning physical sectioning.
The features and inhabitants of the planet who naturally reach toward the heavens were driven, down the vertical plane, away from them.
In order to be more similar to the actual situation, wave disturbance is considered in vertical plane of AUV motion.
The higher the pixel on a vertical plane, the higher the pitch of the musical note associated with it.
Here you've got it on a vertical plane so it does attract the eye," he continued.
At the times of the equinoxes the axis of the Earth is in a vertical plane but the Sun's axis is tilted at about 7[degrees] towards Earth.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Scientists from the Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics in Tubingen, using miniaturised high-speed cameras and high-speed behavioural tracking, discovered that rats move their eyes in opposite directions in both the horizontal and the vertical plane when running around.
1 dBic, and in the vertical plane (X-Z plane) it has 1.
If paper hangs on the wall, as it did in Robert's recent installation of Untitled (Mickael), 2006--part of "Vis-a-vis," the artist's first major museum show in the US--it curves or folds into space, departing from the vertical plane.
Gambling Caviar" has a clear precedent in the pictures of James Ensor, perhaps most specifically his "Self-Portrait with Masks" (1899) in which faces are similarly detached from bodies, given garish expression, and presented on a flat vertical plane.
2002) presented a method for simulating the electromagnetic field based on turning radiation directivity diagrams around axis z in the vertical plane and evaluating directivity diagrams in the horizontal plane.
Horizontal input force of 40 N was applied at the vertical plane of the centring flexure hinge, as shown in Fig.