inhomogeneity


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inhomogeneity

An MRI term for the lack of homogeneity or uniformity in a main magnetic field.
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4 Inhomogeneity and anisotropy of space along the Earth's transit in the Galaxy
All of the differences revealed by Grubb's procedure were consistent with the trend of decreasing lead concentration toward the ends of the tibia and did not indicate any contiguous inhomogeneity in bone lead distribution.
In this work, we assume that every inhomogeneity is characterized by its dielectric permittivity and magnetic permeability at a given positive angular frequency [omega] = 2[pi]/[lambda], where [lambda] denotes the wavelength.
Characteristics of the elastic field of a rigid line inhomogeneity, Journal of Applied Mechanics 52: 818-822.
In addition, an engineering index describing the inhomogeneity of the deformation is introduced.
To improve shielding, we introduce inhomogeneity additional to anisotropy.
8, a) left hand side there is seen the structural inhomogeneity, having complicated contour (area [approximately equal to] 5 [mm.
The equation for calculating inhomogeneity used in this paper is taken from Hucho [8] and presented in Equation 5.
Moreover, the observed structural non-uniformity of nanocomposite materials could induce inhomogeneity of their elastic properties.
The project thus addresses an essential issue of current cosmological research: to find pertinent answers concerning the quantitative impact of inhomogeneity effects, a necessary, worldwide recognized step toward high-precision cosmology.
Analysis of Correlation of Rock Thermal Cracking with Inhomogeneity.
Over flat and horizontally homogeneous terrain turbulent transport is solely responsible for vertical exchange processes, while over areas with significant inhomogeneity or topography, mesoscale flows can contribute to a yet quite unknown degree (Rotach et al.