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monopole

(mon -ŏ-pohl) A single unit of magnetic charge that is extremely massive and thought only to have been produced at the Planck time. Because there are none observed in the present Universe, few can have survived the inflationary era. See inflationary Universe.

monopole

[′män·ə‚pōl]
(electromagnetism)
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Concernant les types de contraventions, 1123 ont trait a la transparence des transactions (61%), 361 aux prix et au monopole (20%) et 92 autres sont liees au mauvais usage des subventions.
Solutions to these equations are called BPS dyons; they are particularly called BPS monopoles for [alpha] = 0.
While magnetic monopoles in the form of elementary particles remain elusive, there have been some recent successes in engineering objects that behave effectively like magnetic monopoles.
Within the first year of operations, FSA will expand production to monopoles.
In fact, whereas monopoles antennas, having a tridimensional shape, are more suitable to be used in radio base stations and mobile radio systems (cars, trains, airplanes, ships, etc.), the printed monopole antennas not only reduce the vertical bulk of the portable device, but also enable an easy integration with the RF circuitry.
"If monopoles exist, they are believed to be very massive.
The Saint Venant's method is further investigated to deal with the numerical problems near the interfaces, where a modification on the monopoles' distribution, based on the Saint Venant Condition [14,17,20], is introduced and tested.
More than just a monopole manufacturer, Ambor Structures strives to offer solution-based engineering and products to its customers worldwide, ensuring every project's desired results are achieved.
Hall had rarely thought about monopoles until 2009, when he read a paper that proposed a way to simulate one in the lab.
31 ( ANI ): Scientists have engineered a synthetic monopole in a quantum system for the first time.
Printed monopole antenna (PMA) exhibits principal parameters in designing multiband antennas such as agreeable radiation patterns all over the designated operational bands, ease of fabrication, and compact size [8-10].
Some printed monopole antennas with multiple branches, such as F-shaped [1], G-shaped [2], double T-shaped [3], and C-shaped [4] ones, provide dual or triple current paths and resonate at different frequency points.