Results for: Helical

In Science

What is helical motion?

Motion produced in the magnetic field, due to magnetic force that involves the components of the velocity perpendicular to the magnetic field.
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In Biology

Why is DNA helical?

  Answer   If it wasn't it would be too big for the cell to contain.
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Formula module in helical gear?

the module of a helical gear is calculated in the same way of that of a spur gear:. module=pitch diameter / no of teeth. the module of a helical gear is calculated in the sa (MORE)

What is a helical gear?

A helical is a spur gear with an angle along the face to increase  the gear contact ratio. The gear teeth are cut at angles   http://www.motioncontrolguide.com/learn/faqs (MORE)

What is a helical virus?

A helical virus has a spiraling structure similar to a spiral  staircase. The virus genome is arranged in the middle of the spiral  staircase. The Tobacco mosaic virus is a (MORE)
In Science

What are helices?

helices are a style of vase painting developed in Corinth in the early 7th and 6th centuries b.c characterized chiefly by human and animal and ornamentally motifs painted bold (MORE)

What is helical thickening?

Helical thickening, also known as spiral thickening, is a form of  sculpturing. Helical thickenings are part of the S3 layer of the  secondary wall.

What are helical springs?

  Helical springs are the typical, common, wound springs used in tension or compression. The term 'helical' comes from the spring being a helix- the wire is wound around a (MORE)

What is a helical groove?

A helical groove is a groove that spirals around a round piece of material over its length or part of its length. They are used in things like gearboxes (gears), helical screw (MORE)

What is helical spring?

 A coil spring, also known as a helical spring, is a  mechanical device, which is typically used to store energy due to  resilience and subsequently release it, to absorb (MORE)