transient state


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transient state

The exact point at which a device changes modes, for example, from transmit to receive or from 0 to 1.
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It is one object of our task, however, to present scenes of the rough life of the wilderness, and we are tempted to fix these few memorials of a transient state of things fast passing into oblivion; for the feudal state of Fort William is at an end, its council chamber is silent and deserted; its banquet hall no longer echoes to the burst of loyalty, or the "auld world" ditty; the lords of the lakes and forests have passed away; and the hospitable magnates of Montreal where are they?
7 and 8 show the variation of the heat transfer coefficient h of different surfaces respectively for a full and ventilated disc in cast iron (FG 15) in transient state.
si,0] (i= -3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3) and expected duration of stay in a transient state, [e.
Due to the great number of formulations needed in this article, we have chosen to operate the extruder in the transient state in which the second phase is added as a single pulse in the steady flow of the main phase.
4*7] refers to the fact that there is no transition from any absorbing state to any transient state.
From the table it could be observed that the probabilities of transient states [s.
We are undergoing a testing transformation from commercial centre to civil society and, most importantly, we aim to become a home as opposed to a transient state.
The problem is especially severe in large spaces with contaminant dispersion at a transient state.
I chose to side with the homeland because it is the constant fact, whereas the regime is a transient state in the history of the country, just like other regimes elsewhere.
Therefore, the rotor temperature in the transient state of mixing processes with some interruptions can be controlled better with an HESC rotor.
While many of us are constantly chasing the elusive and transient state of happiness, do we even know what it is?
1999) created steady-state and transient state condition on 'undisturbed' soil columns by applying water at different frequencies and concluded that, for an equal cumulative drainage, a larger percentage of [Br.

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