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Mur

Abbreviation for muramic acid.

MUR

Abbreviation for:
Medicaid Utilization Rate
medicines use review, see there  
mu opioid receptor
muramic acid
myocardial uptake ratio
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r,L] are the experimental relative permeability coefficient of the blends and the relative permeability coefficient of the blends calculated by Eqs.
In the same conditions, the water saturation drops quickly if the gas saturation is high, similarly, if the gas relative permeability increases the water relative permeability decreases, the production of CBM improves, the gas pressure fall sharply to a stationary value which means extraction turns into the state of fast gas-generating.
As mentioned before, the relative permeability of mild steel is non-linear.
While the relative permeability in the fracture is evaluated using the following equations:
In this figure, region 1 is free space; region 2 is a coated RAM layer with the relative permittivity [epsilon] and the relative permeability [mu].
sp]=0,5 mm, the thickness of the magnet poles e=5 mm, the distance between the upper and lower parts of the electromagnet core h=25 mm, the terminal width b=150 mm, and the relative permeability of the magnetic core [mu]rs=1000.
According to Honarpour et al (2008), rock characterization involves quantification of porosity, permeability, capillary pressure, and relative permeability associated with various recovery processes.
or]) is the relative permeability to water at the residual oil saturation, fraction; [K.
Permeability was computed using a The relative permeability (K/Ko) measured as a function of electrolyte concentration, following leaching of the soil columns with solutions of SAR 5, 15, and 30 are shown in Figure 2.
0] is permeability of free space, pr is conductor's relative permeability and f is sine-wave frequency.
As in metamaterial we can change the value of relative permittivity as well as relative permeability at a particular frequency by suitable inclusions so we can achieve maximum radiation intensity by using metamaterial.