density effect

density effect

[′den·səd·ē i‚fekt]
(nucleonics)
The reduction in the stopping power of dense materials for relativistic particles that is caused by the reduction of the effective electric field of the particles by the polarization of adjacent atoms.
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The new results are immediately displayed on the screen, allowing the user to discover how variations in mesh density effect the accuracy of the results.
Duramed's full osteoporosis clinical study will evaluate the bone mineral density effect after two years of treatment in approximately 400 postmenopausal women.
Analysis of the density effect as a determining factor of the wing-form in the brown pl anthopper Nilaparvata lugens.
Future research with a larger sample should be undertaken to explore the possibility of a density effect.
Where, Yijk = dependent variable, [mu] = average, Ei = energy density effect, Aj = AOX effect, Tk = time effect, EAij = interaction of energy and AOX, ETik = interaction of energy and time, ATjk = interaction of AOX and time, EATijk = interaction of energy and AOX and time, Cijk = error.
Statistical evaluation of laser energy density effect on mechanical properties of polyamide parts manufactured by selective laser sintering.
Figure 2 shows the density effect on MOE and MOR of eastern redcedar particleboards made from two different wood chips.
The catheter's sixteen short (3mm in length), fine wire electrodes allow for greater radial hoop pressure, better tissue contact and an enhanced current density effect than conventional catheter designs.
At the lower RC level, the density effect becomes increasingly important for mechanical properties, particularly IB.
The lack of any clear negative density effect on shell growth is counterintuitive because of crowding and space limitation expected at high density stocking (Bertness & Grosholz 1985, Okamura 1986).
PHOTO : Figure 7 - density effect on sound transmission