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anisotropy

 [an″i-sot´ro-pe]
the quality of being anisotropic.

anisotropy

/an·isot·ro·py/ (an″i-sot´rah-pe) the quality of being anisotropic.

anisotropy (an´āsôt´rəpē),

n the condition of not having properties or characteristics that are the same in all directions.

anisotropy

the quality of being anisotropic.
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We can separate directly the influence from material anisotropy and stresses [13].
The Diurnal Variation in the Anisotropy of Diffusion Patterns Observed by J.
The maximal increase in fractional anisotropy is in the anterior arcuate and ILFs.
Generally, we observe that the coarsening and interpolation pattern follow the anisotropy when the choice of the discretization allows it.
Hence, to determine the vertical anisotropy usually examples along the 0, 45 and 90 degrees relative to the rolling direction are selected.
One can also refer on the financial reward of installing a geothermal system coming after the long term and the anisotropy effect on temperature in borehole surroundings also becoming significant for very long time values.
There must be a direct correlation with the anisotropy coefficient value for this parameter to be considered.
To compare this degree of anisotropy with the other tests, voxel sizes were used of 3 mm in the x and y direction and 20 [micro]m in the z direction.
The microwave property of M-type doped Ba-ferrites is dependent on their magnetocrystalline anisotropy energy, and that is dependent on the atomic lattice anisotropy of these ferrites.
The grain-specific magneto-crystalline anisotropy axes data can be visualized and/or saved through the OOMMF mmDisp viewer.
In Fe-Si grain oriented strips, the first magnetocrystalline anisotropy constant [K.
In contrast to a global subendocardial ischemia, regional subendocardial ischemia induced ST-segment changes that depended strongly on the anisotropy ratio of the myocardium.