expansion factor

expansion factor

[ik′span·shən ‚fak·tər]
(navigation)
In radio hyperbolic navigation, a factor representing the degree to which the hyperbolas of a given group of hyperbolic lines of position diverge as the distance from the base line increases.
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They cover Thurston maps, LattAaAeAeAes map quasiconformal and rough geometry, cell decompositions, expansion, Thurston maps with two or three postcritical points, visual metrics, symbolic dynamics, tile graphs, isotopies, subdivisions, quotients of Thurston maps, combinatorially expanding Thurston maps, invariant curves, the combinatorial expansion factor, the geometry of the visual sphere, relational Thurston maps and Lebesgue measure, a combinatorial characterization of LattAaAeAeAes maps, and outlook and open problems.
In previous papers [2,3], we have succeeded in obtaining an expression for the Universe scale factor or the Universe expansion factor as you may well call it too:
Expansion factor = Thickness of the char layer - Initial thickness of the coating/ Initial thickness of the coating (2)
314 Kg/Mtr Material Electrolytic Copper, Expansion Factor 17X10-6 As Per Rdso Specification
In the mid-2000s, there was also a research effort launched (4,5) to improve the expansion factor correlation used in the orifice meter flow equation.
and 7, which ate respectively equations TO find: Thermal expansion, a Thermal expansion factor for Griaaeii-Spielvogel.
Expansion factor is 40-60 times the original volume.
Port Expansion Planning: All Ports and by Coast All Ports Category Expansion Factor mean p-value rank Productivity Increase efficiency via 5.
Number of log types changed per iteration -- The maximum number of log types that could be selected per iteration were varied from 1 to 3 in combination with the expansion factor for price and SED increments.
This expansion factor of plastic material would normally produce considerable stress on those fixed SMT pins.