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orbital cavity

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n orbital cavity the bony cavity in the skull containing the eyeball
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Usage

In literature:

The olfactory nerve enters the cavity of the orbit and is developed into the special sense of hearing.
"What Is Man? And Other Stories" by Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens)
Pointed instruments thrust into the orbital cavity may by this route reach the brain.
"Anomalies and Curiosities of Medicine" by George M. Gould
Vertical wound tracks were on the whole the least serious, but this mainly from the fact of limitation of the injury to one orbital cavity.
"Surgical Experiences in South Africa, 1899-1900" by George Henry Makins
When complete the orbital cavity has the form of a regular hollow cone, open at its base and closed at the apex.
"Special Report on Diseases of Cattle" by U.S. Department of Agriculture
Orbit, the cavity in which the eye is located; the path described by a heavenly body in its periodical revolution.
"A Manual of the Antiquity of Man" by J. P. MacLean
The orbital cavity is encircled by bone.
"The Cambridge Natural History, Vol X., Mammalia" by Frank Evers Beddard
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In science:

If the disk is thin, the binary torques create a central cavity, nearly devoid of gas, within a region about twice the orbital separation (e.g.
Hydrodynamical Response of a Circumbinary Gas Disk to Black Hole Recoil and Mass Loss
Importantly, the gaseous disk outside the inner cavity is expected to cool efficiently and become geometrically thin, implying that the orbital motion of the gas is supersonic.
Hydrodynamical Response of a Circumbinary Gas Disk to Black Hole Recoil and Mass Loss
Finally, in case of a true companion orbiting LkCa15 in the inner disk cavity, our observations would favor a planetary mass or low-mass brown dwarf companion, although more massive companions cannot be completely excluded with high detection probability.
Searching for sub-stellar companion into the LkCa15 proto-planetary disk
In order to measure the beam orbit, 8 cavity BPMs, all operating in the RF S-band, were installed.
Results from a Prototype Chicane-Based Energy Spectrometer for a Linear Collider
Correlations were included by building the self-energy operator using a small basis set (∼ 40 splines in a ∼ 50aB cavity) and using this potential to build Brueckner orbitals for a large set.
Possibility of "magic" trapping of three-level system for Rydberg blockade implementation
In Fig. 4(e) we show the beam orbit measured by the cavity BPM installed just before the imaging screen.
Effects of RF breakdown on the beam in a CLIC prototype accelerator structure
Given the distances of the screen and the cavity BPM from the ACS of 5 m and 3.4 m respectively, the orbit difference measured with the BPM would be expected to have a difference of 0.26 ·(5/3.5) = 0.37 mm between the centroid of the beam spots measured on the screen, which is in agreement with what was measured.
Effects of RF breakdown on the beam in a CLIC prototype accelerator structure
The explanation offered for the appearance of a second beam spot is supported by the measurements of the beam orbit on a nano-second time scale with the cavity BPM installed just before the imaging screen, as shown in Fig. 4(e).
Effects of RF breakdown on the beam in a CLIC prototype accelerator structure
An OPERA field map of the PRISM magnetic field was used with ICOOL to model this ring . The RF cavities were modeled with a simple sawtooth waveform. Closed orbits were found and sample particles were used to estimate the dynamic aperture.
Accelerator design concept for future neutrino facilities
A high quality factor mode can be associated with a ray orbit confined by total internal reflection (TIR), whose representative example is the whispering-gallery (WG) modes of a disk cavity.
Chaos-assisted directional light emission from microcavity lasers
However, in reality, tunneling from the periodic orbit to neighboring chaotic orbits takes place, where the latter eventually escape out from the cavity refractively following unstable manifolds.
Chaos-assisted directional light emission from microcavity lasers
The key feature of our cavity is that there exists only one dominant stable periodic orbit above the critical line and it is surrounded by a chaotic sea extending into the non-TIR (i.e., leaky) region, | sin θ| < 1/n.
Chaos-assisted directional light emission from microcavity lasers
One is evanescent emission, which occurs at the four bouncing points of the rectangular orbit, yielding emission in the tangential direction to the cavity boundary, i.e., φ = 45◦, 135◦, 225◦, and 315◦ .
Chaos-assisted directional light emission from microcavity lasers
The structure of the unstable manifolds indicate that ray orbits are transported from the TIR region to the leaky region at around s = 0.5 (and s = 0 as well because of the 180◦ rotational symmetry of the cavity).
Chaos-assisted directional light emission from microcavity lasers
The spline cavity is chosen 80 a.u., the number of splines is chosen 40, and the maximum orbital momentum is chosen 5.
Ab initio oscillator strengths for transitions between J=1 odd and J=1,2 even excited states of Ne I
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