Rectangular

  • (adj): Having four right angles.
    Example: "A rectangular figure twice as long as it is wide"
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on rectangular:

Castle Of Santa Maria Da Feira - Architecture
... guarded by a barbican with moat and four addorsed rectangular watchtowers ... An arcade gate provides access to the compound and rectangular prison block tower, reinforced with watchtowers on its apexes, with a protected entrance via a patio ... on the exterior wall adjacent to the main entrance, is a hexagonal-shape two-storey body, with a rectangular annex (itself consisting of a two story body with veranda window doors), both with ...
Al-Sahiba Madrasa - Architechure
... The building has a rectangular plan with a central open courtyard measuring 11.65 metres (38.2 ft) by 11.60 metres (38.1 ft) ... At either side of the portal are two rectangular windows topped by craved stone lintels that illuminate small iwans facing the courtyard to the east and west of the portal ... Doors on its side walls lead to barrel-vaulted rectangular chambers at the southeast and southwest corners of the madrasa ...
Hyperrectangle
... A three-dimensional orthotope is also called a right rectangular prism, rectangular cuboid, or rectangular parallelepiped ...
Ss. Pietro E Paolo A Via Ostiense - Exterior
... The hemispherical dome is covered in hexagonal tiles and sits on a drum having six rectangular recesses containing porthole windows ... The lantern is a cylinder with fourteen rectangular slits, capped with a conical finial crowned by a statue of Our Lady ... The entrance is in the eastern pylon, and in the enormous rectangular recess above the doors is a relief of the resurrected Christ with the apostles ...
Post Wall
... SIW) or a laminated waveguide) is a synthetic rectangular electromagnetic waveguide formed in a dielectric substrate by densely arraying metallized posts or via-holes which connect the upper and lower ... characteristics to the conventional rectangular waveguide with equivalent guided wavelength ... For instance, the equivalent width of a rectangular waveguide compared to a SIW is described in the approximation where is the distance between the posts in the ...

More definitions of "rectangular":

  • (adj): Having a set of mutually perpendicular axes; meeting at right angles.
    Example: "A rectangular Cartesian coordinate system"
    Synonyms: orthogonal