action integral

action integral

[′ak·shən ′int·ə·grəl]
(physics)
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From the variation of the action integral we can derive the Euler-Lagrangian equation[12]
leave the action integral S = [integral] [d.sup.2] x [L.sup.b] [equivalent to] [integral] dx [integral] dt [L.sub.b] invariant because the Lagrangian density Lb transforms to the total "time" derivatives as follows:
There are two possible generalizations of the action integral in (5) used in fractional dynamics [11]:
But Kaltenbach's withdrawal to the margins was also a specific, premeditated art action integral to the development of his larger artistic project.
We employ the Ritz optimization procedure to the action integral S(t) = [integral]L(t)dt with respect to time dependent parameters of a trial function which admits
There was a lot to admire all over the pitch from Cardiff and, well, if they should have made things a lot easier on themselves, then at least it gave supporters the hearts-in-mouths action integral to a good afternoon at the footy.
In participating in that uniformity of action integral to liturgy, the person is in no way denigrated; in fact, quite the opposite.
Table 5 presents by (6) the numerical values of the action integral [J.sub.CiA] for a series of values of the amplitude [I.sub.mp] of the considered powerful nanosecond current pulse of the time shape 5 ns/200 ns used in testing military and civilian objects for resistibility to EMP of HNE [9, 10].
In addition, when performing full-scale tests according to the requirements of the international standard IEC 62305-1: 2010 [5] of electric power facilities for the lightning strength of the value of the action integral JL of the aperiodic current pulse of 10 [micro]s/350 [micro]s of artificial lightning generated by the developed and created in 2012 at the Department No.

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