anisotropy

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anisotropy

 [an″i-sot´ro-pe]
the quality of being anisotropic.
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First load a pre-simulation where the initial magnetization setting in the Driver Specify block uses the same vector field that is used to set the anistropy axis; in the uniaxial example of Appendix A that means to replace
However, the results of the distance measurement may be distorted by the effects of cracking, bulging, elastic deformation, or anistropy of hardness, or by invisible minerals and inclusions underlying the surface of the test sample.
Jordan, who did his doctoral thesis underAnderson, says his group has found no evidence for anistropy. Even if the seismic velocity in the slab were as great as Anderson proposes, "you'd still have to have significant slab penetration below 650 km," Jordan argues.