- (of a set of circles) having the property that each pair of circles has the same radical axis.
- (of planes) intersecting in a straight line.
OTHER WORDS FROM coaxialco·ax·i·al·ly, adverbun·co·ax·al, adjectiveun·co·ax·i·al, adjective
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In the case of the Space Shuttle, for example, fabricating the rocket part that injects streams of fuel into an engine’s thrust chamber—called the shear-coaxial injector—took two years.Watch a Robot 3D Printing the Rocket for Relativity Space’s First Orbital Launch|Jason Dorrier|March 28, 2021|Singularity Hub
“A lot of homes already have a coaxial network in them,” explains Clayton, referring to those twisty-turny cables you use for cable TV, internet, or over-the-air antennas.
With a coaxial-over-ethernet converter, you can use those cables and turn them into a home network.
Inside this anchor tube ran the thick coaxial cable that fed three-phase electric power from the atomic pile to the ship.Where I Wasn't Going|Walt Richmond
Power for the innumerable huge coaxial snakes was several times inadequate, which problem no one, of course, had foreseen.Telempathy|Vance Simonds
Let a solid circular sectioned cylinder of radius R1 be enclosed in a coaxial tube of inner radius R2.
The same arrangement can be supplied to a pair of coaxial cylinders.
The probe looked like an aluminum pipe but was really a special tube built like a segment of coaxial cable.The Golden Skull|John Blaine