presented here illustrate that the participant is better off after taxes to estimate S, the designated amount, higher under uncertainty.
The area of focus changes to examine heating time and heater temperature, the same heat transfer parameters used in the nomographs
, as compared with heat flux.
Table 4 shows the recommended speed of each curve based on the ball-bank indicator criteria and nomograph
in the TCDH, which is based on the standard curve speed formula with a friction factor of 0.
For soils containing [is less than] 70% silt plus very fine sand, the nomograph
of Wischmeier et al.
Most EW operators are familiar with the set of equations and linear nomographs
that describe the line-of-sight between a radar and a target.
This unusual nomograph
allows the design engineer to predict the ratio of effective radiated power (ERP) of an on-board jammer to a decoy jammer.
As illustrated in the figure, graph paper used for this purpose often contains a nomograph
on the righthand side of the chart and a "bull's eye" pattern nearby.
Wischmeier and Smith (USDA 1978) proposed using silt plus very fine sand content as the first parameter in a nomograph
to estimate a soil erodibility parameter for the USLE.
K factor values were estimated with the Wischmeier and Smith (1978) nomograph
using the four soil properties of texture, organic matter content, structure, and permeability collected at 18 LCTA transects with three locations on each transect (n = 54).
For many soils in the USA, K values may be estimated through either an equation or its corresponding nomograph
(Wischmeier and Smith 1978; Renard et al.
1983) indicated that the nomograph
method (Wischmeier and Smith, 1978) provides satisfactory estimates of soil erodibility for mining, construction, and reclamation lands.
equations have been proposed, but there can be little certainty which equation would be best suited to Australian (or other) soils and conditions.