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... Priestly’s experiments in 1766 and Coulomb’s torsion-bar experiments in 1785 seemed to indicate that the force between two electrically charged objects behaves in strict analogy with gravitation: both forces obey inverse square laws and act along a line joining the objects. Oersted, Ampere, Biot, an ...

... Priestly’s experiments in 1766 and Coulomb’s torsion-bar experiments in 1785 seemed to indicate that the force between two electrically charged objects behaves in strict analogy with gravitation: both forces obey inverse square laws and act along a line joining the objects. Oersted, Ampere, Biot, an ...

Dimensionless Physical Quantities in Science and

... Modelling is a powerful tool not only in terms of the scale assignment of a model and its original, as it was for a long time in the case of physical models, but also in terms of the compression of the information flow on a model and by the processing of the modelling results. In this sense, the imp ...

... Modelling is a powerful tool not only in terms of the scale assignment of a model and its original, as it was for a long time in the case of physical models, but also in terms of the compression of the information flow on a model and by the processing of the modelling results. In this sense, the imp ...

Mathematical Tools for Physics

... Similarly the derivative of cosh x is sinh x. Note the plus sign here, not minus. Where do hyperbolic functions occur? If you have a mass in equilibrium, the total force on it is zero. If it’s in stable equilibrium then if you push it a little to one side and release it, the force will push it back ...

... Similarly the derivative of cosh x is sinh x. Note the plus sign here, not minus. Where do hyperbolic functions occur? If you have a mass in equilibrium, the total force on it is zero. If it’s in stable equilibrium then if you push it a little to one side and release it, the force will push it back ...

1 The Bohm criterion and sheath 1 formation

... In this review I shall try to answer the question ‘why’-and ‘why not’ under slightly modified conditions. I shall further attempt to set aside the confusion arising from the definition of the model zones, to discuss the objections to Bohm’s criterion and to clarify its accurate meaning. A kinetic an ...

... In this review I shall try to answer the question ‘why’-and ‘why not’ under slightly modified conditions. I shall further attempt to set aside the confusion arising from the definition of the model zones, to discuss the objections to Bohm’s criterion and to clarify its accurate meaning. A kinetic an ...

General Relativistic Radiative Transfer

... The first part of my thesis investigates the motion of particles in a strong gravitational field (near a black hole). I derive the equations of motion for massive or massless particles acted upon by external forces. Efforts are made to work out self-consistently the structure of the accreting flow a ...

... The first part of my thesis investigates the motion of particles in a strong gravitational field (near a black hole). I derive the equations of motion for massive or massless particles acted upon by external forces. Efforts are made to work out self-consistently the structure of the accreting flow a ...

USING STANDARD SYSTE - UW Madison Plasma Physics

... scale exceeds the planetary rotation rate.) In simulations, suppression of geostrophic turbulence in the strong-shear regions of a stable, large-scale jet has been noted, although the mechanism was not elucidated (Shepherd, 1987). Other hydrodynamic examples that relate to the scaling theory and und ...

... scale exceeds the planetary rotation rate.) In simulations, suppression of geostrophic turbulence in the strong-shear regions of a stable, large-scale jet has been noted, although the mechanism was not elucidated (Shepherd, 1987). Other hydrodynamic examples that relate to the scaling theory and und ...

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... under isopropyl alcohol solution loads ........................................................................................ 178 Table D.10. Model data for LFE sensor elements with a 1.0-mm electrode gap under isopropyl alcohol solution loads....................................................... ...

... under isopropyl alcohol solution loads ........................................................................................ 178 Table D.10. Model data for LFE sensor elements with a 1.0-mm electrode gap under isopropyl alcohol solution loads....................................................... ...

Simulation of boundary slip on a liquid

... advantage of high calculation efficiency which can be parallelized. Nourmohammadzadeh applied the lattice Boltzmann method to simulate boundary slip phenomena on the gas-solid boundary 13 . Sbragalia studied the phenomenon of solid-liquid boundary slip 14 . Zhu implemented three-dimensional simulati ...

... advantage of high calculation efficiency which can be parallelized. Nourmohammadzadeh applied the lattice Boltzmann method to simulate boundary slip phenomena on the gas-solid boundary 13 . Sbragalia studied the phenomenon of solid-liquid boundary slip 14 . Zhu implemented three-dimensional simulati ...

EE•Pro® - TI

... 15.8 Storing and recalling variable values in EE•Pro-creation of session folders . . . . . . 5 15.9 solve, nsolve, and csolve and user-defined functions (UDF) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 15.10 Entering a guess value for the unknown using nsolve. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ...

... 15.8 Storing and recalling variable values in EE•Pro-creation of session folders . . . . . . 5 15.9 solve, nsolve, and csolve and user-defined functions (UDF) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 15.10 Entering a guess value for the unknown using nsolve. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ...

Natural convection in a mushy layer

... by Worster (1986) based upon simple considerations of local heat and mass balances. Both sets are derived with many assumptions about the nature of crystal growth within a mushy layer and can be thought of as providing definitions of an ‘ideal’ mushy layer. It remains t o be seen whether the propose ...

... by Worster (1986) based upon simple considerations of local heat and mass balances. Both sets are derived with many assumptions about the nature of crystal growth within a mushy layer and can be thought of as providing definitions of an ‘ideal’ mushy layer. It remains t o be seen whether the propose ...

Particle Settling in non-Newtonian Drilling Fluids

... nuclear waste [1]. Within the petroleum industry one often experience challenges for instance when transporting cuttings out of a borehole or when suspending weighting material in a drilling fluid [2]. Weighting material settling is termed sag by the petroleum industry, and appears as a density vari ...

... nuclear waste [1]. Within the petroleum industry one often experience challenges for instance when transporting cuttings out of a borehole or when suspending weighting material in a drilling fluid [2]. Weighting material settling is termed sag by the petroleum industry, and appears as a density vari ...