Frictional dissipation of energy
, increases as cutting speed increases from 800 to 1200 m/min.
General dissipation of energy
, as well as other mechanical properties of materials, are determined by their structure.
The letter to Edward Garnett quoted earlier also associated wasted words with the dissipation of energy
Here, viscous dissipation of energy
(damping) is maximum.
There was a great dissipation of energy
to qualify two ballot initiatives instead of one.
Together, the narratives comment in different ways on the dissipation of energy
in, emblematically, Washington, D.
By reducing wear and friction nanoscale protective coatings increase the lifetime of the working material at the same time that they reduce the dissipation of energy
as heat, thus increasing the efficiency of the vehicle.
This requires the realization that, for example, if the coal were to be burned in situ in the mountain, that would cost at least as much prior dissipation of energy
to set up as is required for its technological deployment.
The loss modulus, E", is associated with the dissipation of energy
as heat due to the deformation of the material and is defined as E" = ([sigma]o/[epsilon]o) sin[delta].
For resins that are not thermally sensitive, dissipation of energy
in the interior of polymer may be advantageous, however, since melting rates may be increased slightly.
In other words, the linking of the two doughnuts prevents the dissipation of energy
As a result, there is minimal dissipation of energy
so that the compressor creates relatively little heat and there is little wear in the system.