Definition of Anhedral. Meaning of Anhedral. Synonyms of Anhedral

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- Anhedral may refer to: Anhedral angle, the downward angle from horizontal of the wings or tailplane of a fixed-wing aircraft Anhedral (petrology), a...
- angle from horizontal of the wings or tailplane of a fixed-wing aircraft. "Anhedral angle" is the name given to negative dihedral angle, that is, when there...
- well-formed, with sharp, easily recognised faces. The opposite is anhedral: a rock with an anhedral texture is composed of mineral grains that have no well-formed...
- developed faces is subhedral, and one with undeveloped crystal faces is called anhedral. The long axis of a euhedral quartz crystal typically has a six-sided prismatic...
- a shallow 'V' shape when seen from the front. Adds lateral stability. Anhedral: the tips are lower than the root, as on the first Wright Flyer; the opposite...
- dihedral calculator prime In rock climbing, an inside corner of rock Anhedral (disambiguation) Euhedral, a crystal structure Polyhedron, a geometric...
- Granoblastic is an adjective describing an anhedral phaneritic equi-granular metamorphic rock texture. Granoblastic texture is typical of quartzite, marble...
- Dutch roll tendencies; this is why high-winged aircraft often are slightly anhedral, and transport-category swept-wing aircraft are equipped with yaw dampers...
- well-formed crystals showing good external form. Granulargenerally occurs as anhedral to subhedral crystals in matrix.Twinning Simple contact twins or complex...
- It crystallizes in the cubic crystal system, but typically occurs as anhedral grains between other minerals. It was first described in 1862 for an...
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