
Definition of Rotationally
1. Adverb. In a rotational manner. "The required influence lines are found by subjecting the model to small displacements horizontally, vertically and rotationally"
Definition of Rotationally
1. Adverb. In a rotational manner. ¹
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Literary usage of Rotationally
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1. A History of the Theories of Aether and Electricity from the Age of by Edmund Taylor Whittaker (1910)
"The hesitation which was felt in accepting the rotationally elastic aether arose
mainly from the want of any readily conceived example of a body endowed ..."
2. Spatial Statistics and Imaging by Antonio Possolo (1991)
"the rotationally invariant version is given by The MRF determined by Good's
rotationally invariant roughness becomes our model of the intensity within each ..."
3. Electric Waves: An Advanced Treatise on Alternatingcurrent Theory by William Suddards Franklin (1909)
"A rotationally distributed vector cannot be looked upon as the gradient of a
distributed scalar or potential. See problem 66. If a given distributed vector ..."
4. Electric Waves: An Advanced Treatise on Alternatingcurrent Theory by William Suddards Franklin (1909)
"A rotationally distributed vector cannot be looked upon as the gradient of a
distributed scalar or potential. See problem 66. If a given distributed vector ..."
5. Electric Waves: An Advanced Treatise on Alternatingcurrent Theory by William Suddards Franklin (1909)
"A rotationally distributed vector cannot be looked upon as the gradient of a
distributed scalar or potential. See problem 66. If a given distributed vector ..."
6. L1statistical Procedures and Related Topics by Yadolah Dodge (1997)
"It is however the case if moreover F is rotationally symmetric about the mode of
its density. The Langevin distribution is such an example. ..."
7. An Elementary Treatise on Hydrodynamics and Sound by Alfred Barnard Basset (1900)
"Draw any closed curve which completely surrounds all the rotationally moving
liquid and does not cut any of it. Then since % is zero at all points of the ..."