Helmholtz energy


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Helm·holtz en·er·gy (A),

(helm'hōltz),
energy equivalent to the internal energy minus the entropy contribution (TS).

Helm·holtz en·er·gy

(A) (helm'hōlz en'ĕr-jē)
Energy equivalent to the internal energy minus the entropy contribution (TS).

Helmholtz,

Hermann L.F. von, German physician, physicist, and physiologist, 1821-1894.
Gibbs-Helmholtz equation - see under Gibbs
Helmholtz axis ligament - a ligament forming the axis about which the malleus rotates. Synonym(s): axis ligament of malleus
Helmholtz coil
Helmholtz energy - energy equivalent to the internal energy minus the entropy contribution.
Helmholtz keratometer
Helmholtz ophthalmoscope
Helmholtz theory of accommodation - the ciliary muscle relaxes for near vision and allows the anterior aspect of the lens to become more convex.
Helmholtz theory of color vision - Synonym(s): Young-Helmholtz theory of color vision
Helmholtz theory of hearing - that the basilar membrane of the cochlea acts as a resonating structure, recording low tones from its apical turns and high tones from its basal turns. Synonym(s): resonance theory of hearing
Helmholtz-Gibbs theory - Synonym(s): Gibbs-Helmholtz equation
Young-Helmholtz theory of color vision - see under Young, Thomas
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The inverse reduced temperature [tau] and the reduced density [delta] for models explicit in the non-dimensionalized Helmholtz energy is as described in Sec.
2.4 Conversion to Residual Non-Dimensionalized Helmholtz Energy
the derivative of the residual non-dimensional Helmholtz energy with respect to [delta] is given by
After having obtained the closed-form solution for the residual Helmholtz energy [[alpha].sup.r] from Eq.
The non-dimensionalized residual Helmholtz energy [[alpha].sup.r] is given by Eq.