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Area

The size of a two-dimensional space. One calculates the area by multiplying the area's length by its width.

area

A measurement of the square footage contained within certain boundaries.
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This is particularly true for the junction of a sprue bushing and a machine-nozzle tip, because the rate of heat transfer through the surface contact area is usually pretty slow.
Meniscectomy decreases the overall contact area and increases peak contact pressures on tibial cartilage.
The shear contact area for different shapes of cutter is calculated using equation (2) and (4).
2]), (3) total plantar force (N), (4) forefoot plantar force percentage (%), (5) rearfoot plantar force percentage (%), (6) total contact area ([cm.
In order to validate maximum pressure and contact area results which were result of (FE) model, Hertz contact theory and Contact software [8] were implemented.
It was noticed that a substrate with one contact area gives the signal identical to that of a two-contact substrate at the initial stage of the condensation process.
Conformal comber contact appears to the extent deterioration of working wheel fillet up to the general profile [3-5], and has a number of advantages: contact area rises and specific pressure decreases.
But there is change all the time in the contact area and different ways of trying to get turnovers and slowing the ball down.
The contact area hadn't been reffed all game, then suddenly in the last few minutes there were a couple of penalties against us which allowed them field position.
Their line-out is good, scrum is solid and in the contact area they are well managed.
The CC-GRIND-SOLID is flexible which creates a large surface contact area for reduced risk of gouging the work piece.
I have been at the Blues for six years now, but I've been playing rugby for 10 years and this is like it's my first year again because I am learning so much with regards to the contact area and the way we play.