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biot

[′bī·ät]
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A unit of rotational strength in substances exhibiting circular dichroism, equal to 10-40 times the corresponding centimeter-gram-second unit.

Biot

 

a unit of current strength in the OGSB (cm-g-sec-biot) system of units proposed for magnetic measurements; it is rarely used, and the State Standard of the USSR makes no provision for it. It is named after the French scientist J. B. Biot. One biot is taken to be a DC current which, when flowing in two straight parallel conductors of infinite length and negligibly small circular cross section separated by 1 cm in a vacuum, produces a force of 2 dynes per cm of length between the conductors. One biot equals 10 amperes.

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Later Biot [9] presented a 3D general theory for the soil consolidation, which is widely adopted to understand the coupled phenomenon of the flow and deformation process in porous media.
3 kilos, he was also the first to introduce the stunning visual aesthetics of bubbles in his glass works, putting his home-town Biot in the south of France on the art map for spawning a line of artists who popularized the technique he taught.
de Sherbrooke, Canada) have retained chapters on topics including plane waves in isotropic fluids and solids, acoustic impedance at normal incidence of fluids, acoustic impedance at oblique incidence in fluids, the Biot theory of sound propagation in porous materials having an elastic frame, and modeling multilayered systems with porous materials using the transfer matrix method.
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