Previously referred to as lightspeed the particular value of the characteristic velocity as it has been measured serves as a label for the universe as well as all residents.
The characteristic velocity measured between real and imaginary particles is superficial and acts as a screening value whereby information is hidden from the casual observer but still preserved.
The elegance of Proper Space Kinematics is that it proceeds directly from the fundamental concept that the fabric of the universe densifies at the unique quantity and quality of the characteristic velocity c maturing with an inescapable duration of proper time.
At the same level, the cross-section average extrusion velocity, c*, is used as a characteristic velocity for the polymer.
c] being the characteristic velocity for the air (see Appendix A for details) and [upsilon] [equivalent to] [u.
0] [approximately equal to] 6 [micro]m; the vertical velocity distribution has a characteristic velocity
By precisely measuring changes in the wavelengths of reflected X rays, they could determine how much energy went into the materials and then deduce the characteristic velocity
of any high-frequency, collective excitations resulting from the interaction.
Let lengths be scaled by the half-width H of the slit, the velocity vector v by a characteristic velocity V, the pressure and the stress components by [eta]V/H, where [eta] is the shear viscosity, and the time t by H/V.
Since the definition of the Reynolds number involves a characteristic velocity coming from the arbitrary slip equation (Eq 11), a detailed study of the Reynolds number effect has not been pursued in the present work.
The velocity of the top of the screw flight was chosen as the characteristic velocity
The characteristic velocity
in the X direction is [Mathematical Expression Omitted] and that in the Y direction is [Mathematical Expression Omitted].