Definition of Splines

1. Noun. (plural of spline) ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Splines

1. spline [v] - See also: spline

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Splines

spliceosome
spliceosomes
splicer
splicers
splices
splicing
splicing endonuclease
splicings
splicosome
splif
spliff
spliffs
splifs
spline
splined
splines (current term)
splining
splint
splint bone
splinted
splinted abutment
splinter
splinter bar
splinter bars
splinter group
splinter groups
splinter haemorrhages
splinter parties
splinter party
splinter up

Literary usage of Splines

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1. Machine Shop Work: A Comprehensive Manual of Approved Shop Methods by Frederick Warren Turner, Charles Oscar Eugene Perrigo, Howard Parker Fairfield, American Technical Society (1919)
"Hole i in. diameter at small end, | in. diameter at large end, splines J in. ... splines parallel with taper, material steel. No. 1 Machine. ..."

2. Broaches and Broaching by Ethan Viall (1918)
"splines J£ by % in., 7 in. long, material steel. No. 3 machine. ... Diameter of hole 13f< in., splines Jie by Jjj in., 1J£ in. long, material steel. No. ..."

3. Sas/stat 9.1 User's Guide by SAS Institute, Virginia Clark (2004)
"Using splines and Knots This example illustrates some properties of splines. splines are curves, which are usually required to be continuous and smooth. ..."

4. Gas Fitting by John Black (1895)
"Best Time for Laying—Bridge Wood and splines—Method of Working—Testing Meter—Remedying Defects—Making Connections —Gas Stoves—Gas Stove Burners. ..."

5. Mechanical World and Engineering Record (1881)
"The use of splines gives mainly circumferential stress and does not tend to ... The design of splines is quite complex. There is a stress concentration at ..."

6. Mathematical Drawing and Measuring Instruments: Their Construction, Uses by William Ford Stanley (1900)
"RULING EDGES FOR PRODUCING CURVED LINES—RAIL WAY OR RADII CURVES—CURVE RADIATOR—SHIP CURVES—WEIGHTS AND splines—CURVE BOW, ETC. FOR the production of curved ..."

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