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AOIAero-Optics Inc. (Rolling Hills Estates, CA)
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AOIApplication of Intent
AOIAccept Operator Input
AOIAvalon Online Initiative (web development firm)
AOIAccess Option Indicator (Sprint)
AOIAND-OR-Invert(er) (logical; electrical engineering)
AOIAutomatic Object Inspection
AOIArtist of Illusion
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Angle of incidence. (a) Measurement set-up using horn #2.
For the shown case of the wavelength 632.8 nm and the angle of incidence 70[degrees], values of minima differ about 0.0004 and the minimum for external illumination is about 0.75 nm as it is visible in Figure 1.
The collector is rotated about a horizontal E-W and adjusted continuously to make minimum angle of incidence all time.
Its value depends directly on the type of the material from which the beam was reflected (color, facture, fabric) and the angle of incidence. Marked stamps were red which allowed them to be clearly identified in the point cloud from the scanner.
BALLISTIC DATA CALIBER ANGLE OF INCIDENCE AVERAGE ANGLE OF REFLECTION .22 LR 2.5 DEG 5.6 DEG 9MM FM 2.5 DEG 9.5 DEG .45 ACP FMJ 2.5 DEG 8 DEG .223 2.5 DEG 16 DEG * TEST GUNS WERE FIRED 76" ABOVE THE WATER TO A POINT OF IMPACT ON THE WATER 144 FEET DISTANT SUBSEQUENT TARGET WAS 12 FEET BEYOND THE POINT OF IMPACT WITH THE WATER.
While the Gloss Unit (GU) scale is linear, each angle of incidence has a different measurement range; 0-2000GU for the 20[degrees] angle, 0-1000GU for the 60[degrees] angle and 0-160GU for the 85[degrees] angle.
Variations of amplitude ratios [absolute value of ([Z.sub.i])], 1 [less than or equal to] i [less than or equal to] 7, with the angle of incidence [[theta].sub.0], for incident P-wave are shown in Figures 2-8.
In addition, the previous figure shows that the position of the wing as it moves through the air is characterized by the geometric angle of incidence ([alpha]), where the geometric angle of incidence is the angle between the chord line of the wing section and the velocity vector of the wing [6].
Moreover, the figures show that the central frequencies of the zero-[bar.n], as reported in our previous work [10], and the Bragg gap shift to the higher frequencies as the angle of incidence increases.
For this study, three off-axis focussing elements are then stacked together, each designed for a different angle of incidence, so that when combined, the stack is capable of focusing light incident from a broader range of angles.
(AVO stands for "Amplitude Versus Offset" and exploits the angle of incidence dependant seismic wave behavior at the interface of a cap rock and a potentially porous and hydrocarbon filled reservoir rock.)
GMRFs tend to be very sensitive to angle of incidence, polarization, material properties, and structural deviations due to the high sensitivity of the phase matching condition.