truncated cone


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a frustum formed from a cone

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This only happened when hand-chambering these rounds, and the gun had no issue with jacketed hollowpoints, truncated cones and so forth, and when shooting the gun ran flawlessly.
It] is so formed that when placed on a dog's neck and fastened, it takes the form of a truncated cone with the base of the cone extending forwardly in the direction of the dog's mouth, thereby forming a barrier between the dog's mouth and any part of his body upon which he desired to chew or gnaw or to bite himself.
The intersection of the second truncated cone with the horizontal plane across the top of the tunnel face is a circle [[summation].
A full cone (A) extends from beneath the eye to the back of the throat, while a truncated cone (B), extends from beneath the eye to the front opening of the mouth.
On the interior of the ring are found apolar hydrogens and etherlike oxygens that result in a relatively hydrophobic space within the truncated cone.
The setup is a radio-frequency resonant cavity shaped like a truncated cone, with one round end then larger than the other.
The takke can be in the shape of a truncated cone or a simple skull cap.
Jacketed, truncated cone bullets, like the Winchester 147-grain 9mm FMJ, might be the least likely to glance off.
As expected, this latest edition of Suspense pays attention to these types of minute details and notes that the shako is a "rather elaborate military cap in the shape of a truncated cone with a peak or plume" (353).
Besides, the dish, which was supposed to direct the light upwards in the form of a truncated cone with a wide apex angle from the top of the column, hangs at a jaunty angle because the ring of plastic that had supported it, snapped and fell off.
To validate the accuracy of the proposed parallel Higher-order basis MoM methodology, two "Case Studies" are illustrated: (1) a linear antenna mounted on the top of the truncated cone to calculate its radiation pattern; (2) two linear antennas mounted at the different location of the truncated cone to calculate their isolations in a frequency range.
eff] was approximated with two truncated cones from which the volume of the truncated cone of the tip of the sonotrode has to be subtracted.
While contemplating this large truncated cone and the subtle play of light it supports, one feels uncertainty about its ostensible symbolic functions.
The characteristics to the truncated cone are presented in Fig.
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