internal energy

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in·ter·nal en·er·gy (U),

energy of a system measured by the heat absorbed from the system's surroundings and the amount of work done on the system by its surroundings.

in·ter·nal en·er·gy

(U, U) (in-tĕr'năl en'ĕr-jē)
Energy of a system measured by the heat absorbed from the system's surroundings and the amount of work done on the system by its surroundings.
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In the other paper, the team calculated the internal energy of lower-dimensional cosmos where there is no gravity.
In the other, he and his team calculated the internal energy of the corresponding lower-dimensional cosmos with no gravity and when they compared the two computer calculations they found that they matched.
Minister Saraqini is going to take part in the second session at which regional initiatives and networks as a means of strengthening the market, the implementation of projects of interest to the community, interventions in the market of electricity, as well as the EU's internal energy resources will be discussed.
Gas trading developments reflect a European Union drive to create an internal energy market by 2014 and mirror increased market coupling in electricity.
While each current sheet does not provide a lot of heating, collectively the current sheets account for 50% of the solar wind internal energy despite only representing 19% of all the solar wind data.
The project will create the internal energy ring and will make realization of Kambar-Ata hydropower plants potential possible," the President said.
UK-lead pressure had also prompted a June 2014 target date for completing the EU internal energy market - something the Prime Minister said could add several percentage points to EU GDP.
02 percent) from internal energy sources (radioactivity, tidal, remnant gravitational energy) that cause surface effects like volcanoes and plate tectonics.
Referring to the upper-bound theorem, we can say that if the work rate of a system of applied loads during any cinematically admissible collapse of the structure is equated to the corresponding internal energy dissipation rate, then the system of loads will cause collapse or be at the point of collapse.
for the present study the HIC and the maximum value of the internal energy within the brain.
The Energy Community (also referred as Energy Community of South East Europe (ECSEE) and European Energy Community (EEC)) is a community established between the European Union (EU) and a number of third countries in order to extend the EU internal energy market to South East Europe and beyond.
We will partially change to Noll-objective quantities at the end introducing the internal energy with the usual definition and show a particular stress-strain relation with a Cauchy deformation measure.