crossectional

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crossectional

  1. (uncommon) Alternative spelling of cross-sectional
    • 1989, in Bahram Ravani (ed.), Advances in Design Automation, 1989: Presented at the 1989 ASME Design Automation Conferences--15th Design Automation Conference, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, September 17-21, 1989, Volume 19, Issue 2, pages 101, 104, 109:
      Beam elements with various crossectional configurations are considered.
    • 1993, David Banting, "Alternatives to Conventional Clinical Caries Trials" in William H. Bowen, ‎Lawrence A. Tabak (eds.), Cariology for the Nineties, page 274:
      The major limitation of crossectional surveys is their inability to determine any temporal relationship between the factor and the event.
    • 2007, Brandon S. Field, Two-phase Pressure Drop and Flow Regime of Refrigerants and Refrigerant-oil Mixtures in Small Channels, page 52:
      Measurements were made at eleven crossectional locations and averaged to determine overall channel dimensions.