inboard


Also found in: Dictionary, Acronyms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • adj

Antonyms for inboard

located within the hull or nearest the midline of a vessel or aircraft

Antonyms

References in periodicals archive ?
Finally, Cobalt said that it is drilling its Ardennes #1 exploratory well in Green Canyon 896, targeting both Miocene and Inboard Lower Tertiary reservoirs and the results will be available sometime mid-year 2013.
Our wingman said the left inboard tank was not only in contact with the outboard pylon, but also the left main-gear door.
When researchers from HKS's Clinical Solutions & Research team and TNTEGRIS Baptist Medical Center (IBMC), located in Oklahoma City, conducted a study to compare inboard and outboard configurations, they expected outboard configuration to perform better regarding patient visibility.
Broken down, it looks something like this: 200,000 outboard motorboats, 66,000 stern drive boats, 87,000 to 88,000 personal watercraft, 6000 jet drive boats, 13,000 ski and wakeboard boats and 6750 gasoline and diesel inboard cruisers.
It greatly improves load containment and significantly reduces the chance for damage on double-stacked loads, winged pallets or those carrying barrels, pails or rolls that lead to severe inboard load conditions.
Columns are pulled inboard to create a circulation zone around the perimeter, and adjustable fabric baffles at the column line enable the room to be blacked out, acoustically dampened, and planned to simulate different stage layouts.
But after you drain the excess fluid, some of it remains trapped in the hydraulic system and continues to drain from the line inboard of the front landing gear wheels when the aircraft is moved.
A collision was averted after inboard safety equipment warned the crew of an Air New Zealand plane that a Qantas jet was climbing into their air space off the coast of Irian Jay a west of Papua New Guinea.
29) and road noise insulation, adaptive cruise control, side impact sensors that measure pressure changes within the door structure, adaptive brake lights (under heavy braking or ABS engagement the round inboard light segments also illuminate) and optional adaptive headlights.
53 GMT): Some sensors for recording the temperatures in the spacecraft's hydraulic systems, both inboard and outboard, go offline; # 08.
The equipment's electronic support (ES) subsystem typically comprises an array of direction-finding (DF) and omni antennas, a DF receiver unit and an inboard ES rack that houses an operator station (with colour display), an ES computer, a main processor unit and a power distribution unit.
Purifoy also began evaluation of the inboard and outboard leading-edge flaps used in AAW research.
A few criteria concerning bow shape include aesthetics, mass weight in the riser, the grip, length of riser, limb length, balance, inboard versus outboard limbs, and finally, longbow design versus recurve design.
This is the same situation examined by Mercury Marine, a manufacturer of outboard and inboard marine engines in Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, and its Mercury Castings Div.
9% stake by the US company Sanmina Corp in Inboard Leiterplattentechnologie GmbH&Co KG, a wholly-owned subsidiary of the German electrical engineering and electronics company Siemens AG.