nondimensional


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nondimensional

(of a species) characterized by the noninterbreeding of two coexisting populations, uncomplicated by considerations of space and time.
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The author noted that, for small values of the spacing to length ratio B/H and for large values of the nondimensional time t/[t.
Figure 4 shows a plot of the nondimensional damping versus nondimensional stiffness for different growth rate.
The models are loaded in various angles and the stress intensity factors can be calculated, and then the nondimensional stress intensity factors in the first and second modes are calculated using Eqs.
The vertical and the horizontal axes are the nondimensional sound speed a' and [omega][tau], respectively.
2], 1], are nondimensional transmission functions from acceleration and deceleration sectors respectively.
2] = coefficient of determination [gamma] = nondimensional plenum air inlet area [eta] = nondimensional ECM setting [theta] = damper angle, degree [[rho].
Kernels depend on the smoothing length and the nondimensional distance between particles given by q = r/h, r being the distance between particle a and b.
A nondimensional damage parameter is introduced to describe the distributed microdefects macroscopically at a local point on the interface in the context of continuum damage mechanics.
The choice of the optimum propeller is based upon the open water test data of the B-series propellers, which gives nondimensional results for thrust and torque (Carlton, 1994).