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unit cell

the smallest portion or component of a crystal that, when combined with other unit cells, will make up the entire crystal lattice.
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Partially inspired in Wesson work [13], we will assume that particle masses are tied to some type of unit cell in a five-dimensional momentum space lattice.
Finally, we show that a CFD model of a single-blade unit cell can yield satisfactory predictions that capture the trends in thermal resistance, yielding useful design information.
One possibility consists in periodically repeating an electrically small lumped unit cell, shown in Fig.
For each structure, the author's original unit cell was reduced.
The following parameters have been used for the numerical investigations: dimension of the square shaped unit cell d=-2.
2000, "General unit cells for micromechanical analyses of unidirectional composites", Composites: part A, 32, pp.
For calculating the biaxial orientation factors of polyamide films having monoclinic or triclinic unit cells, we have developed a pseudo-orthorhombic unit cell {[alpha] hydrogen bonding plane normal, c' = parallel to the chain axis, b' = perpendicular to the a'-c plane).
In this model, Gibson and Ashbyfa [1] assume a unit cell consisting of a cubic array of beams or plates connected to form a single cell.
According to the proposed model, the initial bubble diameter is determined on the basis of the volume of the closed space inside the unit cells.
3) One of the units constituting the main body of fuel cell, it consists of the assembly of several unit cells.
Perrins [6] extended Rayleigh [1] to enable the calculation of the transport properties of circular cylinders in square and hexagonal arrays of unit cells.
001 atom each of Al, B, Mg, Na and Sr occurs per HA-SRM unit cell (Table 2), which corresponds to approximately one of each atom per 1000 unit cells.