balance equation

balance equation

[′bal·əns i′kwā·zhən]
(mathematics)
An equation expressing a balance of quantities in the sense that the local or individual rates of change are zero.
(meteorology)
A diagnostic equation expressing a balance between the pressure field and the horizontal field of motion of the atmosphere.
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Dr Casperson said: "Our findings suggest that having a sugarsweetened drink with a meal impacts both sides of the energy balance equation.
Modelling of the tank is done by using the mass balance equation and Bernoulli's law.
Since when the rotor rotates the inductance of windings depends on the angular position [gamma] of the rotor, voltage balance equation (7) comprise transformer EMF [L.
In order to solve for the heat balance equation, control elements must be assumed.
It operates based on the heat balance equation and the load balance equation.
However, in general, the local conservation of energy then appears in the form of a balance equation, though it is one in which there is no source term.
The balance equation is used to create the mathematical model of the reservoir
Through the thermal load balance equation of the air handling unit, the relationship between the load and relevant variables was established [4].
Figure 6 shows the case for sticking friction, by taking an element, a force balance equation can be determined, as shown in Eq.
Activity is the other side of the energy balance equation.