field equation


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field equation

An equation describing the behavior of a field, derived from the law governing how the associated physical agency varies in space and time. See also relativity, general theory.
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The Einstein field equation (15) are the same for spacetime given in equation (10) in which the cosmological constant (Eq.
45] Jean-Charles Faugere and Antoine Joux, "Algebraic cryptanalysis of hidden field equation (HFE) cryptosystems using gr[delta]bner bases," in Proc.
The Ambassador clarified that the goal behind the US aggression against the Syrian army is to change the field equation in the interest of the terrorist groups.
It therefore obeys the gravitational field equation, that is, the Poisson equation:
Einstein used tensors to develop his equation describing the gravitational field, known as the Einstein field equation.
The time dependent field equation with a nonlinear is needed, the field equation must be solved by a step-by step method evaluating in short time variation is [DELTA]t.
A general field equation to calculate percent depth dose in the irradiated volume of a cobalt 60 beam.
Einstein's Field equation with cosmological constant [lambda] is given by
The scattered electric field Equation (5) can be discretized by dividing [v.
The finite-difference (FD) method is applied to solve the SC field Equation (22) along the axial and radial grids.
In general, the calculation model for the motoring mode of electric machines consists of three types of equations: the electromagnetic field equation of the machine, the circuit equation of the armature circuit, and the motion equation of the mechanical drive system.
Putting the integration constant C equal to zero we see that the cosmological constant should be negative for the existence of the solution to the field equation.

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