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Synonyms for conic

(geometry) a curve generated by the intersection of a plane and a circular cone

relating to or resembling a cone

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60 Abbreviations: BMI, body mass index; CI, Conicity index; M, mean; SD, standard deviation; SE SF, subscapularis skinfold; SI SF: suprailiac skinfold; TR SF, triceps skinfold; [VO.
To overcome this problem, a new apical conicity index (ACI) concept was introduced, which measured the apical-to-short axis ratio and can be useful to assess LV shape at the apical level induced by SVR.
86 (a) SBP, systolic blood pressure; DBP, diastolic blood pressure; BM, body mass index; CI, conicity index; LBM, lean body mass; FM, fat mass (*) One way analysis of variance followed by post hoc Tukey test; (**) PCOS=patients with PCOS and TSH <4.
Conicity Index and Waist-to-Hip Ratio Are Superior Obesity Indices in Predicting 10-Year Cardiovascular Risk Among Men and Women.
Conicity index (C index) was determined by measuring weight, height, and waist circumference using the following mathematical equation: C index = WC (cm) / 0.
The result of the present study shows no correlation of static balance with each of height, weight, BMI, waist circumference, waist-hip ratio, waist-height ratio, trunk-cephalic height, conicity index, FMI, and FFMI.
Tire uniformity measurement specifications include radial and lateral force variation, harmonics, conicity and runout, to name a few.
A research on the most frequent failures on the tooth preparation for fixed prosthesis were: inadequate reduction of walls, severe reduction of tissue, excessive conicity, inadequate axis, unidentifiable cervical limit, retentions in the axial wall and protruding angles (CHRISTENSEN, 2007).
An eye was diagnosed as having keratoconus if there were a scissoring reflex on retinoscopy and central or paracentral steepening of the cornea on topography with at least one of the following clinical slitlamp findings: stromal thinning, anterior bulging or conicity, Vogt striae, Fleischer ring, Descemet's breaks, apical scars, and subepithelial fibrosis.
The indicators of obesity were analyzed: weight; Body Mass Index (BMI); waist and hip circumferences, Waist to Hip Ratio (WHR); Conicity Index (C index) and Waist to Height Ratio (WtHR).
However, measurements of these profiles by the standard, highly accurate radial method showed that this conicity error is only virtual
Spindle speed up to 13000 rpm depending on pot size with any take up conicity.
This is confirmed by the experimental data, presented in (3), which indicates that the resultant effect of the conicity of the crucible on the movement of the melt is not strong.
It was shown that the dynamic instability of railway vehicle bogies and wheelsets is caused by the combined action of the conicity of the wheels and the creep forces acting between the wheels and the rails.
Families of long and wide boards obtained as natural consequence of the logs conicity.