The revolving platen or bed which produces the impression or carries the type in a cylinder press.
The revolving square prism carrying the cards in a Jacquard loom.
A three dimensional shape shaped like a trash can.
A space figure that has congruent circles for 2 faces.
A solid shape whose bases are formed by congruent circles in parallel planes and whose lateral surface is curved. The segment whose endpoints are the centers of the circular bases is called the axis of the cylinder. The altitude is a segment perpendicular to the base planes with an endpoint in each plane.
noun - A three dimensional hypercylinder that can roll along one linear axis. It can be formed by extending a circle into realmspace, or by rotating a square into realmspace. See the chart under rotatope.
The actual area of the revolver that holds the bullet,powder and cap.
In a right cylinder, the segment joining the centers of the circular bases is an altitude. The length of an altitude is the height, h, of the cylinder. A radius of a base is a radius, r, of the cylinder.
an object that has a circle for its base, but it also has height
a prism with a circular base
a prism with a circular cross section
a prism with circular bases
a solid with circular ends and straight sides
a space figure having two congruent circular bases that are parallel
a surface that is circular in one direction and flat in the orthogonal direction
A 3-D object with two conguent circular bases that is obtained by rotating a rectangle about one of its sides.
a solid figure that has two faces that are circles
a three-dimensional figure with two parallel bases that are congruent circles.
a pressure vessel designed for pressures higher than 276 kPa absolute and having a circular cross-section. It does not include a portable tank, multiunit tank, car tank, cargo tank, or tank car. [Adapted from SEMI F13-93
A three-dimensional figure with two circular bases that are parallel and congruent.
A part of the knitting machine that holds the needle and sinkers; commonly referred to as the cut of the machine. The circular movements of the cylinder are referred to as revolutions.
A cylinder is a 3-dimensional figure with a long tube-like body and congruent, parallel bases. A right-circular cylinder has a base that is perpendicular to the axis of the cylinder (it is like a can of food).+, - EnchantedLearning.com Math Dictionary
in general, a cylinder is the locus of (i.e. surface traced by) a straight line moving parallel to a fixed straight line and intersecting a fixed planar closed curve (the base); commonly, a right circular cylinder
A solid of circular cross section in which the centers of the circles all lie on a single line.
(n) A planar geometric solid described by a straight line (the generatrix) that traces a closed, curved path and always stays parallel to itself. The most common cylinder is a right circular cylinder for which the curved path is a circle and the generatrix is perpendicular to the path.
A three-dimensional figure whose two parallel bases are identical circles.
A disk drive cylinder is a division of data in a disk drive, as used in the CHS addressing mode of a hard disk (or floppy disk). The concept is concentric, hollow, cylindrical slices through the physical disks (platters), collecting the respective circular tracks aligned through the stack of platters. (Tracks are subdivided into sectors).