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In brief, hemangiomas are vascular tumors that are rarely apparent at birth, grow rapidly during the first 6 months of life, involute with time and do not necessarily infiltrate but can sometimes be destructive.
The curve matched up with the load characteristics using Involute to achieve smaller pressure angle in heavy load area and using quadratic curve to achieve faster opening speed in light load area.
Two shapes of the modulation voltage are proposed: the curve of sine voltages of first and third harmonics and the curve of the sine voltage involutes in the n power.
The curve [alpha]* is called involute of the curve a if the tangent vector of the curve [alpha] at the point [alpha](s) passes through the tangent vector of the curve [alpoha]* at the point [alpha]*(s) and
The relation between conjugate action and finite element structure is established by using predefined points of conjugate contact on each active involute profile of teeth pair in contact, Fig.
These special gears are characterized by asymmetric involutes profiles of the tooth, having different diameters for the base circles of the opposite profiles (Litvin et al.
Hemangioma of infancy is a benign neoplasm resulting from endothelial proliferation, which usually presents in children less than 6 months of age, gradually increases over the next 2 years, and spontaneously involutes over the next 5 to 7 years.
This indexing motion creates crescent-shaped pockets between the involutes of the meshed scrolls and the base plates to which they're affixed.
These views are elaborated in chapter 5 "Shakespearean Involutes," where Burwick shows that De Quincey's psychological criticism is preeminently autobiographical.
The resulting indexing motion creates crescent-shaped pockets between the involutes of the meshed scrolls and the base plates.
This one translates the precise math data of the involutes into the wire EDM tool paths used to shape each tiny gear tooth profile.