curvilinear


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Synonyms for curvilinear

deviating from a straight line

Synonyms for curvilinear

characterized by or following a curved line

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His canvases are filled with orbicular forms and curvilinear lines on which the artist conveys ideas of distances travelled 'into the soul of the world'.
Spector Group created a curvilinear core wall that helps to create a fluid movement of circulation from the point of entry, way-finding around the core and into the space.
Finally, the suburban neighbourhoods built after 1967 follow curvilinear street patterns, characterized by low-density, almost exclusively residential and highly car-oriented configurations.
Alone, the curvilinear curls or waves might point to an Eastern sensibility, but here they hang with a seething visual energy.
The curvilinear airpop structure in the 'Pure Land Foundation' garden was manufactured using advanced computer cutting technologies by The CNC Factory based in Uxbridge, Middlesex.
Paris Latsis--hotel heiress Paris Hilton's one-time fiance and himself an heir to a great Greek shipping fortune--has a curvilinear contemporary high above Beverly Hills up for grabs at just a smitch under $15 million.
Then he simply transposes to the one-dimensional curvilinear continuum for the yield design analysis of beams, and to the two-dimensional continuum model of plates and thin slabs subjected to bending.
Through the use of curvilinear welding for the blanks, they've eliminated four separate parts, two stamping dies, and one blanking die.
It generates a series of hypotheses relating to the production and consumption of cupules, three-dimensional, curvilinear and rectilinear rock art, and how this may have changed through time.
The author extends his earlier work on modeling annular flows in managed pressure drilling (Borehole Flow Modeling in Horizontal, Deviated and Vertical Wells, 1992, and Computational Rheology for Pipeline and Annular Flows, 2001), retaining the curvilinear grid technology employed in the earlier books as his mathematical foundation, but summarizing major methodological improvements in accuracy, speed, and engineering focus.
The results demonstrated curvilinear effects of kindergarten enrollment age on children's cognitive and behavioral performances.
The association between education and divorce was also curvilinear, as the and highest educated women shared the lowest rate of first divorce, with 14.
Uniform, curvilinear, and three-dimensional lighting designs are now possible.
Some areas addressed are numerical studies in axial and centrifugal turbomachines, the application of boundary layer techniques to turbomachinery, blade aerodynamic parameterization and optimization methods, and governing equations expressed in non-orthogonal curvilinear coordinates for calculating 3D viscous fluid flow in turbomachinery.
To enhance the facility's focus on women patients, this project features curved walls, curvilinear casework and flooring patterns throughout.