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Synonyms for symmetry

Synonyms for symmetry

satisfying arrangement marked by even distribution of elements, as in a design

Synonyms for symmetry

balance among the parts of something

(physics) the property of being isotropic

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While the gas combustion is modeled by a 2D axisymmetric combustion case, which is controlled by user-developed controller and not simultaneously solved with the 3D air side model.
Table 1 (a) Geometrical parameters of axisymmetric models (Fig.
Die design for axisymmetric extrusion, Journal of Materials Processing Technology, 55, 331-339, 1995.
As summarized by Mathur and Epstein (1974), a variety of spout shapes can be identified in conventional axisymmetric spouted beds.
Internal inserts can either convert axisymmetric flow to plane flow type or to complex--but more favourable--flow forms.
A two-dimensional axisymmetric transient heat transfer model was developed to study the temperature distribution inside the shell egg during cooling.
c] = 39,800 and 39,560 with axisymmetric and non-axisymmetric disturbances, respectively [5, 6].
The monolayer film pressure, surface elasticity and surface dilational viscosity are determined by axisymmetric drop shape analysis.
Following tests in 1996 of a Sukhoi Su-27 with two axisymmetric nozzles with 15[degrees] up/down deflection, in November that year India signed the initial contract for Irkut-built Su-30MKIs with Saturn/Lyulka AL-31FP thrust-vectoring engines.
The general transport equation, for planar, axisymmetric, radial flow where the fluid properties depend on the radius r only, is of the form:
We calibrated the custom digitizer using a precisely machined axisymmetric calibration object with six distinct regions of constant internal diameter.
In a departure from previous studies a 3-dimensional, axisymmetric, steady-state finite element (FE) flow model, capable of simulating the 3-dimensional characteristics of the laboratory gas flow test results is then used to find the value of the gas permeability that provides the best fit to the supply pressure--gas flow curve.
Details on these transformations in the case of axisymmetric field problems can be found in a study by Ross (1984).
The full tire cross section was modeled using a four noded axisymmettic element, CGAX4H (continuum, generalized, four noded axisymmetric element with a hybrid element formulation to handle incompressibility and twist).