Cylinder

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Cylinder

A series of two transactions involving derivatives in which there is no initial cost to the investor. A common example of a cylinder is the sale of one derivative and the use of the proceeds to buy another. It is similar to a positive carry, but does not necessarily involve offsetting positions.
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Radiant heat flux distribution in a cylindrically symmetric no isothermal gas with temperature-dependent absorption coefficient, J.
Recently, a volumetric cylindrically shaped cloak composed of several two-dimensional networks that are stacked on top of each other has been proposed in [8,9].
The third model was of a patellar tendon-bearing socket design for a person with a bony and cylindrically shaped residual limb.
Note: The MOSS type tank is a spherically shaped LNG tank supported and fixed to the vessel by a cylindrically shaped skirt structure.
Pathologic changes following transurethral canine prostatectomy with a cylindrically diffusing fiber.
The domain is considered to be a cylindrically symmetric pipe section.
In both the anterior and posterior sections, there was a disassociation of extensively cement penetrated bone from the more distal cylindrically reamed bone.
Yildiz; Modelling of thermal and moisture diffusions in cylindrically shaped sausages during frying, Journal of Food Engineering: 28, 35-43 (1996).
The roller/rolling way contact characteristics: a Hertzian pressure distribution; Newtonian lubricant behavior; the roller was conveniently cylindrically sliced; for each slice the sliding speed and the contact pressure is constant (Noronha, 1990), (Shroeder, 1994), and the elementary friction force is:
Manning said the smaller capacity fuel tank - cylindrically shaped and encased in a graphite fiber shell to withstand the higher pressures inherent with compressed natural gas - gives the Civic 200 to 250 miles of range.
Roundworms have cylindrically shaped bodies usually tapered at both ends.
Thermoelasticity of cylindrically anisotropic generally laminated cylinders.