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a section created by a plane cutting a solid perpendicular to its longest axis

a sample meant to be representative of a whole population

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(physics) the probability that a particular interaction (as capture or ionization) will take place between particles

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Required new cross-sections are typically designed as trapezoidal section (Fig.
Codes do not provide calculation methods suitable in all cases to evaluate the strength (shear strength) of circular cross-section elements of reinforced concrete (AC/ 318-05:2005 Building Code Requirements for Structural Concrete; BS8 100:1985 Structural Use of Concrete: Part I: Code for Practice for Design and Construction; EHE 1998:1998 EHE Instruction for Structural Concrete; CEB-FIP 1990:1993 CEB-FIP Model Code; SNiP 2.
The method of calculating the coordinates of fibre cut-through points on the cross-section surface is illustrated in Fig.
This article compares some of the flow characteristics of different rubber compounds flowing through different runner cross-sections and makes some observations and proposes some applications.
The calculations were made, for example, for the cross-sections with the following properties: the section with the dimension 400x400 mm, made from concrete with [f.
This response can be normalized to the sample height and contact area to develop a stress-strain response for a range of similar shapes, provided the shapes have a uniform compressed cross-section.
The cross-section at the second point from the left is typical of what is observed in practice - i.
Hole MR1-05-50 was collared up dip on the same cross-section as hole MR1-05-47 and about 150 metres to the northwest.
Total length is 9,300 mm; width is 600 mm; height of the profile inlet is 1,120 mm; and cross-section of the profile inlet is 70 x 40 mm.
In all three cases, the relationships apply to a cross-section of the geometry.
Using previously created CAD solid-modeling data, a laser traces one cross-section of the desired object.
Large cross-sections of sponge rubber are difficult to manufacture as the cell structure deteriorates and loses its uniformity as it nears the center.
For example, tools with ribbed cast pieces were very hard to design in 2D because the students have to do so many cross-sections to represent the shape.