Definición de anhedral en inglés:

anhedral

Silabificación: an·he·dral
Pronunciación: /anˈhēdrəl
 
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adjetivo

Crystallography (Of a crystal) having no plane faces.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The pyroxenoid occurs as granular masses of small anhedral crystals associated with manganoan magnetite.
  • Microcline is a common constituent of the intermediate zone, occurring as anhedral crystals to 60 cm.
  • Here, olivine (peridot when gemmy) grains or anhedral crystals weather out of basaltic lava.

sustantivo

Aeronautics Volver al principio  
Downward inclination of an aircraft’s wing, or the angle of this. Compare with dihedral.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Some gliders have large amounts of anhedral to improve their handling and with this power steering addition the amount of anhedral may be reduced, making the glider more stable to fly and not requiring constant control inputs.
  • The five-bladed main rotor is fully composite, with a composite spar, multiple box structure and anhedral tipcaps.
  • I've found that hang gliders exhibit a negative coupling between yaw and roll - for example a right yaw will create a left roll - presumably due to anhedral.

Origen

late 19th century (as an adjective): from an-1 'not' + -hedral (see -hedron).

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Pronunciación: ˌɪntəˈniːsʌɪn
adjective
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