constant field

constant field

[′kän·stənt ′fēld]
(physics)
References in periodicals archive ?
After a poor start to the game, the visitors recovered as they took advantage of constant field position in Oxford's half to hold a healthy 24-0 lead at the break.
After a poor start to the game, Anthony Murray's men recovered as they took advantage of constant field position in Oxford's half to hold a healthy 24-0 lead at the break.
Noting reasons why AAP has gained ground in Delhi, the article said, " The AAP through its constant field work and antiestablishment rhetoric has managed to reclaim a large portion of its lost ground.
degree concourse with a constant field view, six luxury suites, numerous party/group areas, premium seating and
All of this points to the fate of the planned campaign on Kandahar in order to strike a lethal blow to the Taliban, to the capability for constant field control of the locations from which the movement is expelled, and eventually to the fate of the general confrontation in Afghanistan.
However a slow over rate of 13 per hour and constant field changes by England, together with an unnecessary break of 30 minutes between innings, is being blamed for the hollow game.
The MPS-1 provides continuous in situ soil WP measurements without difficult calibrations or constant field maintenance.
Assuming some knowledge of Galois theory and elementary understanding of point set topology, Artin covers general valuation theory in terms of valuations of a field, complete fields, e, f and n, ramification theory, and the different; in local class field theory he covers the first and second inequalities, the norm residue symbol, the existence theorem, and applications; in product formulae and function fields in one variable he covers preparation for the global theory, characterization of fields by the product formula, differentials in PF-fields, the Reimann-Roch theorem, constant field extensions, applications differentials in function fields and theorems on p-groups and Sylow groups.
The lack of hysteresis when raising the temperature at a constant field means that the following two paths are equivalent: (1) cooling to 4 K in zero field, increasing the field to a certain value, and then increasing the temperature to 20 K, and (2) cooling to 20 K in zero field and then increasing the field to a certain value.
DNA fragments are separated into patterns by running them through an agarose gel with constant field electrophoresis.
Field Multiplicator Technology (FMT) and Constant Field Technology (CFT) are semi-patented demagnetization solutions provided by Maurer Magnetic.
Not only that but, with England taking over an hour to bowl 14 overs thanks to constant field changes, plus dithering by TV umpire Nigel Llong over a possible boundary, New Zealand can rightly feel gutted.

Full browser ?