Aspect Ratio

an expression of the ratio between the length of the luff and the foot of a sail

Aspect Ratio

The measure of the ratio of a foil's span to its chord.
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Aspect Ratio

Describes the shape of a screen: a box that is 16cm wide and 9cm high is therefore 16:9. Movies are shot in a particular ratio for particular types of screens. There are four main aspect ratios: 4:3 the shape of a conventional TV and used by older films 16:9 widescreen: a compromise between 4:3 and the wider formats used by film makers 1.85:1 lette...
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aspect ratio

[n] - the ratio of the width to the height of a tv picture
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Aspect Ratio

The ratio of the width of an image to its height. Common aspect ratios for broadcast images include 4:3 and 16:9 (widescreen).
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Aspect ratio

The ratio of width to height for an image or screen. More and more especially digital TVs use the wider 16:9 ratio (1.78:1) to better display widescreen material like DVDs and HDTV broadcasts.
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Aspect Ratio

The proportion of an images' height to the width.
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Aspect Ratio

The ratio of height to width of a bar code symbol. A code twice as high as wide would have an aspect ratio of 2; a code twice as wide as high would have an aspect ratio of 1/2 or 0.5.
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Aspect Ratio

the proportion of an image size given in terms of the horizontal length vs. the vertical height. A 5x7 image has a ratio of 7:5.
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aspect ratio

The ratio of the length or depth of a hole to its preplated diameter. Often used for the ratio of the thickness of the board to the diameter of its smallest via hole. Holes with high aspect ratios are difficult both to drill and plate and may be susceptible to cracking.
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Aspect ratio

Ratio of length to diameter of a fiber.
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Aspect ratio

The ratio of the span of a bridge to its width (its transverse axis).
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aspect ratio

noun the ratio of the width to the height of a tv picture
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Aspect ratio

The ratio of width to height for an image or screen. The North American NTSC television standard uses the squarish 4:3 (1.33:1) ratio. HDTVs use the wider 16:9 ratio (1.78:1) to better display widescreen material like high-definition broadcasts and DVDs. See our article about aspect ratio to better understand it and get pointers on troubleshooting ...
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Aspect Ratio

The width-to-height ratio of an image. A 4:3 aspect ratio means the horizontal size is a third again wider than the vertical size. Standard television ratio is 4:3 (or 1.33:1). Widescreen DVD and HTDV aspect ratio is 16:9 (or 1.78:1). Common film aspect ratios are 1.85:1 and 2.35:1. Aspect ratios normalized to a height of 1 are often abbreviated by...
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Aspect Ratio

The length of a mailpiece divided by its height. The aspect ratio must be at least 1.3 but no greater than 2.5 to be machinable.
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aspect ratio

in facsimile the ratio of width to height of a picture or a scanning field
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aspect ratio

the ratio of the width to the height of a rectangular picture
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aspect ratio

ratio of the longer to the shorter transverse dimensions of a rectangular composite superconductor
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aspect ratio

The aspect ratio is the square of the wingspan divided by the platform area of the wing: AF = b2/S The aspect ratio of a wing is defined as the square of the span divided by the wing area. It is a measure of how long and slender a wing is from tip to tip. For a rectangula...
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aspect ratio

The relationship between the height of a sail and its breadth.
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ASPECT RATIO

The ratio of the span to the chord of an airfoil
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Aspect Ratio

This is the proportion of height to width.
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Aspect Ratio

A measure of the relative sizes of the horizontal and vertical components of an image. AKA Academy Ratio.
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ASPECT RATIO

The relationship between the height of a sail and its breadth. i.e. A sail with a height of 30' and a breadth of 20' has an aspect ratio of 3:2.
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