English to Czech Meaning :: elliptic

Elliptic :
eliptický, elipsovitýeliptický
 
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Noun(1) a surface whose plane sections are all ellipses or circles
Adjective(1) having the nature or shape of an ellipsoid

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(1) Figure 4 shows the first Fresnel zone is an ellipsoid surrounding the straight line between the two antennas.(2) The strain ellipsoid is oblate, showing the Z axis to be perpendicular to the cleavage.(3) The crown projection area and crown volume of each individual were approximated as an ellipse and an ellipsoid of revolution, respectively.(4) The centromere is represented as a solid ellipsoid .(5) The shape of the red cell during the tank-tread motion resembles a triaxial ellipsoid with the longest axis almost parallel to the direction of the undisturbed flow.(6) In this case, the toroidal surface has become an off-axis segment of an ellipsoid .(7) The corresponding axial ratios were 1.14 for a prolate ellipsoid and 1.16 for an oblate ellipsoid .(8) It was found that the maximum total force is experienced when the major axis of the ellipsoid is perpendicular to the flow and the minimum when it is aligned.(9) Simple geometrical arrangements such as an ellipsoid or a cylinder are often used to gauge the shape of particles such as micelles and proteins.(10) Its component boulders, however, have been stretched into an ellipsoid with its longest axis pointing at Jupiter.(11) On the planetary scale the geoid is approximated by an ellipsoid of revolution about its minor axis with a degree of flattening of around 1 part in 300 caused primarily by the Earth's rotation.(12) Its shape resembles that of a prolate ellipsoid .(13) Thus, each cluster is represented by an ellipsoid using the new axes as the ellipsoidal axes, and the variance along these axes (square-roots of the eigenvalues) as the axis lengths.(14) It forms a ‘ball or shell’, as you say, of ejected material but the shape is ellipsoidal , not spherical as you might expect.(15) Inspired by Maxwell and his mathematics, Niven turned increasingly towards the study of spherical and ellipsoidal harmonics.(16) A primary concave parabolic mirror converges the light to one focus of a concave ellipsoidal mirror.
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