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static equilibrium

[′stad·ik ‚ē·kwə′lib·rē·əm]
(chemistry)
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And the deflection is calculated by the generalized forces coupling with the static equilibrium equation.
Test Particle in Static Equilibrium. The momentum p must be zero in the static equilibrium system; thus from (40) we get
With the vertical displacement y representing the displacement of the intersection point O from the static equilibrium position of the vibration isolation platform, that is, the position of Ob, then (2) can be transformed into
As is shown in Figure 7, the geometry of the wave converter at the end of the rapid unloading stage is drawn in the solid line, while the dashed line shows the static equilibrium position of the mass block.
For the HFCCs calculations of the static equilibrium structure in the presence of explicit solvent [A.sup.eq.sub.iso] ((PBE1PBE ([H.sub.2]O)//BP86 ([H.sub.2]O)), we obtained 0.62 and 0.76 MHz for [sup.1]H and values of 1.98 and 3.14 MHz for [sup.17]O at the EPRIII and aug-cc-pVTZ-J levels, respectively.
There are many ways to evaluate proprioception; however, two factors are generally considered: static equilibrium and dynamic equilibrium (6).
The outgoing phase, at the University of Maryland, USA, studies intriguing quantum effects in interacting, driven-dissipative systems, whereby the collective nature of dissipation prevents the system from reaching static equilibrium, despite strong coupling to the environment.
Caldwell elaborates by saying that "Hayek came to have doubts about the ability of static equilibrium theory to capture certain essential features of a free market economy." But Hayek harbored such doubts long before this article, and the article is neither the first nor even the most complete statement of Hayek's views on equilibrium over time.
Day Two highlights will include a special workshop led by Keith Anderson, chief rigging engineer at Bechtel Corporation, who will look at stability in lifting arrangements, design considerations, unstable arrangements, static equilibrium and load levelling.
Components of this balance ability are needed in both static equilibrium conditions (handstand on balance beam) and during dynamic movement (running).
Keith Anderson, chief rigging engineer at Bechtel and the programme manager of Industrial Training International's (ITI) Fundamentals of Rigging Engineering Programme, will present covering design considerations, unstable arrangements, static equilibrium, levelling the load and more.