In this work, a linear polynomial is fitted to the spatial data and the value and slope of the extrapolated polynomial at the surface is used to estimate the time-wise variation of the thermal contact conductance
between two one-dimensional solids with fixed contact.
Rocha and Moraes (1997) had reported a decrease in conductance
rates in S.
The temperature measurements within the low pressure side of the recuperator are used to compute the temperature profile of the high pressure stream (as described in the "Experimental Apparatus" section and shown on Figure 2(b)), and the conductance
(UA) of the heat exchanger section located between each temperature sensor.
, G, has been computed numerically as a function of the gate voltage, [V.
It is evident that patients with large lungs will have higher Gaw than patients with smaller lungs and so to make a fair comparison with patients possessing different sized lungs, the Gaw is divided by the thoracic gas volume (VTG), which is comparable to the patient's FRC, to produce specific airway conductance
or SGaw which is simply Gaw corrected for lung volume at FRC.
Further, the Ni(II) complexes of six biologically significant amino acids were prepared and their conductance
in all the four mediums investigated.
An inverse heat conduction method for determining the periodically time-varying contact conductance
between two periodically contacting surfaces is presented by Flach .
Ultrasonic, capacitance, pressure, conductance
, float and displacer, and sounding reel types.
04 parts per million and a specific conductance
of less than 0.
The Leaf Porometer automatically measures stomatal conductance
and eliminates human error by picking the end point.
Applications are found in magnetic force microscopy (MFM), conductance
and those where the sample has a dependence on the applied field.
The primary method for this is to lower the thermal conductance
of the refractory coating (increase the insulation).