noun Naval Architecture.
the ratio of the immersed volume of a hull to the product obtained by multiplying its length on the water line by the immersed area of the midship transverse section, all assuming a given depth of immersion of the hull.
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- longissimus capitis muscle,
- longitude by account,
- longitudinal aberration,
- longitudinal dune,
- longitudinal fissure of cerebrum,
- longitudinal fracture,
- longitudinal framing,
- longitudinal lie
Also called prismatic coefficient.
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