Definition of Centroidal

1. Adjective. Of or relating to (especially passing through) a centroid.

Partainyms: Centroid
Derivative terms: Centroid



Definition of Centroidal

1. Adjective. Of or pertaining to a centroid ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Centroidal

centripetency
centrism
centrisms
centrist
centrists
centro-
centroacinar cell
centrobaric
centroblast
centroblasts
centrocyte
centrocytes
centrode
centrodes
centroid
centroidal (current term)
centroiding
centroids
centrokinesia
centrokinetic
centrolecithal
centrolecithal egg
centrolecithal ovum
centrolinead
centrolineads
centrolineal
centromedian nucleus
centromere
centromere banding stain
centromeres

Literary usage of Centroidal

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1. Studies from the Yale Psychological Laboratory by Yale Psychological Laboratory, Edward Wheeler Scripture (1899)
"(5) ^-syllable centroid intervals, consisting of one centroidal and four non-centroidal syllables. These are exceedingly rare ; the number in the records is ..."

2. Theoretical Mechanics: An Elementary Treatise by William Woolsey Johnson (1901)
"Rotation about a centroidal Axis. 490. If, in the equations of Art. 486, 2mx = o and '2my = o, we have R =• o,—that is to say, if the axis of rotation ..."

3. Strength of Materials by Harvey Ellison Murdock (1911)
"... from the centroidal axis of the triangle (Fig. A12), ... ix = Ix, — Ad2, — bd' bd d2 bd3 Ix The corresponding value of the radius of gyration is dr = 3 ..."

4. The Integrals of Mechanics by Oliver Clarence Lester (1909)
"centroidal planes and lines. Since the moment of mass with respect to a plane of symmetry (p. 19) is always zero, ..."

5. Elements of Theoretical Mechanics by Alexander Ziwet (1906)
"(n) Area of the cross-section of a T-iron, for a centroidal line ... (13) Wire bent into an equilateral triangle of side a, for a centroidal line at right ..."

6. Buckling of Bars, Plates, and Shells by Robert M. Jones (2006)
"... the hypothesis (plane sections originally perpendicular to the bar axis still remain plane after deformation). We simply substitute the centroidal-axis ..."

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