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Steinmann, G., 2003, Die ophiolitischen Zonen in den mediterranen Kettengebirgen (The ophiolitic zones in the Mediterranean mountain chains), Bernouilli, D.
Ecuacion de Bernouilli (principio de la conservacion de la energia de un fluido)
(14.) Masters CL, Harris JO, Gajdusek DC, Gibbs CJ, Bernouilli C, Asher DM.
Using Bernouilli's Law, the device, called for air to be pushed through a cylinder that varied in diameter, and compressed into a combustion chamber hot enough to inflame injected gasoline.
The use of spirals was first documented in the late 1600s in "Sino Loria," a treatise by James Bernouilli. Spirals were rediscovered in 1874 by Cornu and used in optics.
Christoffersen (1998, Lemma 1) establishes that this is equivalent to testing that the sequence {[1.sub.t]} is identically and independently distributed as a Bernouilli distribution with parameter p, denoted: {[1.sub.t]} [sim] [IID.sub.B](p).
More flexibility is offered by the tool's availability of different handling systems, including Bernouilli handling for ultra-thin wafers.