Aspect Ratio

In a barcode symbol, the ratio of bar height to symbol length.

Aspect Ratio

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

Aspect ratio

The aspect ratio of a geometric shape is the ratio between its sizes in different dimensions. For example, the aspect ratio of a rectangle is the ratio of its longer side to its shorter side - the ratio of width to height, when the rectangle is oriented as a `landscape`. The aspect ratio is expressed as two numbers separated by a colon (x:y). A .....
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Aspect ratio

The ratio of a canopys width (side to side) to breadth (front to back). Seven cell canopies typically have an aspect ratio of about 2.2 to one, while nine cell canopies are usually between 2.8 and 3.0 to one
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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

(from the article `motion picture, history of the`) The aspect ratio (the ratio of width to height) of the projected motion-picture image had been standardized at 1.33 to 1 since 1932, but, as ... Several different ratios of frame width to frame height, called `aspect ratios,` have been used in motion pictures. The most common...
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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 long to the short side of an aeroplane, aerocurve, or wing.
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aspect ratio

<radiobiology> In toroidal geometry, the ratio of the major diameter (total width of the torus) to the minor diameter (width of a slice taken through one side of the ring). In inertial-confinement fusion, aspect ratio refers to the ratio of a fuel pellet's radius to its wall thickness. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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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

[aerodynamics] In aerodynamics, the aspect ratio of a wing is the ratio of its length to its breadth (chord). A high aspect ratio indicates long, narrow wings, whereas a low aspect ratio indicates short, stubby wings. ==Aspect ratio of aircraft wings== Aspect ratio and planform can be used to predict the aerodynamic performance of a wing. w...
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Aspect ratio

[image] The aspect ratio of an image describes the proportional relationship between its width and its height. It is commonly expressed as two numbers separated by a colon, as in 16:9. For an x:y aspect ratio, no matter how big or small the image is, if the width is divided into x units of equal length and the height is measured using this ...
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Aspect ratio

Aspect ratio (Aëronautics) The ratio of the long to the short side of an aëroplane, aërocurve, or wing.
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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

A measure of the relative sizes of the horizontal and vertical components of an image.
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aspect ratio

A term used to define the shape of the screen, presented in the form width:height. Virtually all pre-1950s films and all standard (non-widescreen) televisions have an aspect ratio of 4:3 (also described as 1.33:1 or Academy ratio), British and many European widescreen films have an aspect ratio of 1.66:1, US and some European widescreen films have ...
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Aspect Ratio

AerodynamicsThe relationship of the wing span to the wing chord, expressed numerically by the number of times the span can be divided by the chord.Graphics deviceThe ratio of the screen dimensions, normally defined as vertical screen dimension divided by horizontal screen dimension.
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Aspect Ratio

Aspect ratio refers to the width of an image relative to its height
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Aspect ratio

Concerns sails - the ratio of height to the length. A narrow but tall sail has a high aspect ratio, and a wide but shorter sail has a low aspect ratio.
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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

For any rectangular configuration, the ratio of the lengths of the sides.
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Aspect Ratio

Generally the ratio between two dimensions of an object. In tire terminology it applies to the unloaded sidewall height of the tire divided by its overall width. A lower aspect ratio implies a shorter, wider tire. When used to describe a wing it is the span of the airfoil (the long dimension perpendicular to the airflow) divided by its chord (the d...
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Aspect ratio

In birds, the ratio of wing length to wing breadth.
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Aspect ratio

In birds, the ratio of wing length to wing breadth.
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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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