inverse temperature


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inverse temperature

A condition in which the body temperature is higher in the morning than in the evening.
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The inverse temperature field determination for the liners only uses the data of the 32 sensors.
This introduces the inverse temperature [beta] = 1/T as the natural variable that reflects the unattainability of absolute zero, and which as early as 1964 was called "cryos" by a countryman of Kamerlingh Onnes, Professor Frederik Belinfante, then of Purdue University (22).
The homogenized transversely isotropic moduli of the substrate reveal an inverse temperature dependence.