material particle

material particle

[mə′tir·ē·əl ′pärd·ə·kəl]
(mechanics)
An object which has rest-mass and an observable position in space, but has no geometrical extension, being confined to a single point. Also known as particle.
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Key concrete parameters like workability and ASTM C618-grade material particle size are often assumed to be consistent in the marketplace but are not.
that the entire inertial mass of the material particle is an effect of the presence of all other masses in the universe.
Here undergraduate students receive a detailed textbook written with the idea that a wave is associated with a material particle (i.
The raw material particle size, types of solvent and solvent-to-solid ratio differ according to the phases of the experiments involved.
Effects of raw material particle size distribution on the characteristics of Scots pine saw dust pellets.
The unique feature of the Wave Structure of Matter (WSM) is that it replaces the concept of a discrete material particle, and is simple--Only the wave medium, space, and two properties, Principles I and II, are needed to obtain a wave equation of matter in space; nothing more.
The new catalog illustrates a sampling of belt-cleat layouts and provides design charts for determining cleat height and spacing according to conveyed material particle sizes and belt inclines.
An adjustable mechanical shear gate profiles the material and fixes the correct material bed depth for a given material particle size.
It is important to consider the deformation of PC from a material particle perspective, in contrast to the geometry-dependent specimen response reflected in the engineering stress-strain curve.
Ceramics are greatly affected by raw material and processing conditions, such as variations in raw material particle size.
Free and forced vibration of the heavy material particle along line with friction: Direct and inverse task of the theory of vibrorheology, 7th EUROMECH Solid Mechanics Conference, J.
There is one other ingredient to add: How to interpret a material particle inside quantized a-temporal physical space.

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