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pol·y·tro·phic

(pol'ē-trō'fik),
Exhibiting an attraction, trophism, for multiple organs; usually used for a virus that affects multiple organ systems.

pol·y·tro·phic

(pol'ē-trō'fik)
Exhibiting an attraction, trophism, for multiple organs.
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Where V is the instantaneous cylinder volume and is the polytrophic constant.
F], polytrophic exponents were estimated; the equation (2) has been linearized by using the logarithm.
NOMENCLATURES KEYWORDS C Clearance ratio h Enthalpy m Mass flow rate COP Coefficient of performance VCC Volumetric cooling capacity v Specific volume n Polytrophic index [[eta].
In a well-designed subsonic axial stage, the polytrophic efficiency could reach around 0.
With the exception of Poecilia gillii (Kner and Steindachner), which is an obligate herbivore, all of these taxa are polytrophic omnivores, consuming algae, aquatic and terrestrial insects, and detritus (Bussing 1987, Burcham 1988).
The transition boundaries in the plane for oblique shock-wave reflection are reproduced from Lee & Glass (1982) for real air and a polytrophic equation of state with [gamma] = 1.
These saprobity levels correspond to class III and IV waters, with low or no oxygen content, characterizing polytrophic environments, meaning extremely polluted (Streble and Krauter, 1987).
With helping from calculate it be calculating and represent variation 3-D adiabatic and polytrophic coefficient, temperature and pressure in the characteristic point of cycle, coefficient from fill, dosage, measure thermal combustion of unity cylinder engine, rapport from grow of pressure in isochors combustion, rapport growth volume in post burning, the technical-economical of driving and duration injection.