deviation factor

deviation factor

[‚dēv·ē′ā·shən ‚fak·tər]
(thermodynamics)
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Here I propose a correction to our theory and change the method of introducing the deviation so that the deviation factor n is directly introduced in the Lorentz transformation equation as given below.
Here we arrive at the same relation that we described as true force in the previous article [1] except that now we have introduced the deviation factor n.
Five papers from China evaluate oilfield fluid processing schemes and potential sites for acid gas re-injection in China, model sulfur deposition during gas reservoir development, and compare methods for calculating the deviation factor for carbon dioxide rich gas reservoirs.
The court may deviate from the child support amount calculated pursuant to subparagraph 6 based upon the deviation factors in paragraph (a), as well as the obligee parent's low income and ability to maintain the basic necessities of the home for the child, the likelihood that either parent will actually exercise the time-sharing schedule set forth in the parenting plan granted by the court, and whether all of the children are exercising the same time-sharing schedule.