The similar dependence (relations to cylinder diameter and stroke) can be observed for coefficients of heat convection and emissivity [ 13 , 14 , 17 ].
Therefore, it is obvious that the downsizing technology affects thermodynamic factors of
Authors:Jinzhao Yang, Huamin Liu, Yuan Cai, Yazhen Wu, Xiaoxin Xu, Xianqin Wang, and Chongliang Lin
, continued for 14 days; the rats in control group were given Stroke-physiological saline solution (1 mL/100 g) by oral administration each day, continued for 14 days. The rats of two groups received a single oral administration of erlotinib (20 mg/kg) on the
In the last decade considerable progress was achieved in the theory of tree shakers used for fruit harvesting. New calculation methods were developed including the vibrating soil mass which enabled the calculation of effective soil masses on a strictly physical basis. However, these earlier investigations did not treat with the effect of stroke frequency. In these investigations, first of all, the friction behavior of the soil mass is discussed as a function of stroke frequency. It turned out that the decrease and shifting of the soil deformation waves as a function of distance measured from the tree trunk are the main sources of an intensive friction between the neighbouring soil layers. As a consequence, the logarithmic decrement (and not the damping coefficient) of the soil will be more or less constant as a function of stroke frequency, at least in the investigated frequency range. At lower attachment heights the soil friction losses dominate independently on stroke frequency. The virtual spring constant of the soil body is also frequency dependent. Due to the presence of combined frictional and viscous losses, the energy method seems to be the best one to analyze the effect of stroke frequency on the various operational parameters.
this purpose a linear variable displacement transducer (LVDT) DC50 (Solartron Metrology) was employed to monitor the stroke of the SMA wire during the phase transformation. The wire was heated by Joule effect (3 A for 30 s) and the loads were fixed to
Authors:Adelaide Nespoli, Elena Villa, and Stefano Besseghini
mechanical contribution derived from the stress-induced martensite (SIM) was investigated. After this second test, the maximum stroke as function of the applied load was analyzed by varying the test temperature in the range between 193 and 423 K, under three
Authors:G. Madhurambal, B. Ravindran, M. Mariappan, K. Ramamurthi, and S. C. Mojumdar
-phenyl-2-propeonic acid), a derivative of phenyl alanine, composes a relatively large family of organic isomers [ 15 – 18 ]. Derivatives of cinnamic acid are important pharmaceutics for high blood pressure and stroke prevention and possess antitumour
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