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Eqn

Language for typesetting mathematics.

"A System for Typesetting Mathematics", B.W. Kernighan and L.L. Cherry, CACM 18(3):151-157 (Mar 1975).
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where E(t) is the elastic modulus, which is time and temperature dependent Eqn (10).
The observed threshold concentrations for the present work were considerably higher than those found by Quirk and Schofield (1955), who predicted the CT by relating it to SAR using Eqn 2 (see Table 3).
Then the variance of the stratum mean, [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], was estimated using Eqn 4:
The criterion for shear damage initiation is met when the condition in Eqn (6) is satisfied:
one finds via the diagonal stress-energy tensor (see eqn.
This normalisation is obtained by dividing Eqn 2 by S([[theta].
Whilst there are conflicting reports in the literature of the effects of simulated rainfall on runoff P concentrations compared with those under natural rainfall runoff, our results suggest, given the wide range of land-use intensities and soil properties incorporated in our study, that our simulated rainfall methodology did not impede the predictive utility of Eqn 1.
As Eqn (10) is a function of time, it is necessary to take into account the overall inflation, heat prices and tax growth.
As discussed for Eqn 11, when hydrodynamic dispersion (the first terra in Eqn 11) is the main spreading mechanism, n will be close to 1, while values of n close to 2 represent processes governed by intra-aggregate diffusion (the second terra in Eqn 11).
Integrating Eqn (11) twice, with boundary conditions ds/dx= 0 at x = 0 and s = 0 at x = L/2, the slip expression may be simplified as:
in which the differential water capacity is the negative of the first derivative of Eqn 2: