pressure coefficient


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pressure coefficient

[′presh·ər ‚kō·i‚fish·ənt]
(thermodynamics)
The ratio of the fractional change in pressure to the change in temperature under specified conditions, usually constant volume.
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14 that at the positions 5 and 6 higher values of the negative pressure coefficient are displayed; however, these values occur for a very short time and on a small area of the vehicle surface.
p] is referred to as the dissipation pressure coefficient, which plays a role in quantifying the dissipation effect.
the magnetic pressure coefficient (Sobral and Cunha [17]), which represents the importance of the magnetic pressure with respect to the dynamic pressure of the fluid phase, is:
The reflected pressure coefficient equals the ratio of the peak reflected pressure to the peak incident pressure ([C.
The S111 blade profile has an optimum pressure coefficient distribution which is ideal for lower wind sites, in a variety of climates, including those at higher altitudes.
The value of dimensionless pressure coefficient [bar.
Aptifirst also supplies accessories for capillary extrusion rheometry and on-line monitoring, including die swell and shear heating measurements and devices for measuring the pressure coefficient of viscosity, a parameter which can markedly affect the processing performance of some materials.
Another uncertainty in the input values is the windward side pressure coefficient.
Figure 1 illustrates the relationship between wind speed and the pressure across a wall for a typical range of differential pressure coefficient (DCp) values from ASCE 7.
7 was the contrast map of pressure coefficient on x direction between smooth surface model and non-smooth surface model.
This experimental study investigated the effect of the saturation characterized by Skempton's pore pressure coefficient (B) on the behavior of a granular soil.