centralizer


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Legal, Wikipedia.
Related to centralizer: casing centralizer

centralizer

[′sen·tra‚līz·ər]
(mathematics)
The subgroup consisting of all elements which commute with a given element of a group.
(petroleum engineering)
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
Centralizer placement at the pile base reinforcement is most valuable to contractors, product developers contend: during shaft descent, it keeps the foot of the bar from snagging, caving in the sidewalls or contaminating the critical integrity of each pile.
infinity]] as a finite tensor power centralizer algebra.
which is the centralizer of E(S[degrees]) in S[degrees] (see section 5.
Never mind that Jefferson Davis was every bit the centralizer that Lincoln was.
Non-leakage oil pump is mainly made up of pump barrel, centralizer, plunger core, elastic sealing body, travelling valve and fixed valve (Figure 1), adopting composite seal mainly by hydraulic flexible seal, supplemented by wear self-liquidating, fully reducing leakage, improving the efficiency of the pump.
g] [subset or equal to] X is the set of points fixed by g [member of] G, and Z(g) is the centralizer of g in G.
L'Enfant's father, a tapestry designer who specialized in battle scenes, got his son a place at France's Royal Academy of Painting and Sculpture in Paris: founded by the great centralizer Colbert, it taught urban design and military engineering.
When Ed Broadbent vetoes the PQ membership in the Socialist International, Godin does not mention the fact that the organization was deeply concerned that the PQ government had rolled back its contract with the public sector unions; it is all because Broadbent was "Trudeau's centralizer friend.
Instead of being the Great Emancipator, Lincoln was the Great Centralizer, the patron saint of centralized governmental power.
The teacher becomes a facilitator instead of a centralizer of knowledge.
Horne argues that Napoleon centralized French government and cultural life--even down to fashion, theater, and food--to an extent unrealized even by that great centralizer Louis XIV, leaving the provinces to remain dismal backwaters.

Full browser ?