convergence limit

convergence limit

[kən′vər·jəns ‚lim·ət]
(spectroscopy)
The short-wavelength limit of a set of spectral lines that obey a Rydberg series formula; equivalently, the long-wavelength limit of the continuous spectrum corresponding to ionization from or recombination to a given state.
The wavelength at which the difference between successive vibrational bands in a molecular spectrum decreases to 0.
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This trend was similarly seen for the Oldroyd-B and the WM, where the convergence limit was reached soon after the loss of positive definiteness.
They also had low convergence limits, diverging at De = 10.1 and De = 8.787 respectively, both [less than]20 [s.sup.-1].
Researchers report that a finer mesh generally tends to decrease the oscillations for a viscoelastic entry flow, but it also decreases the convergence limit (7-12).
The convergence limit using the MIX method was only slightly reduced, but not significantly, compared with the Galerkin method.
However, in terms of traditional convergence limited studies have been undertaken on fiscal convergence (Esteve et al., 2000; Delgado, 2009, 2013; Sosvilla et al., 2001; Villar et al., 2015; Gemmell and Kneller, 2003; Annala, 2003; Kocenda et al.
dittoTV is a Live TV platform owned by Zee Digital Convergence Limited (ZDCL), the digital arm of Zee Entertainment Enterprises Limited (ZEEL).
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Lack of deep convergence limits rain potential to light isolated showers over the north, east and central parts.
But the fiscal targets were deemed to represent a minimum, requiring further action beyond the year 1994 to take Italy within the EC convergence limits.|55~ In the face of massive deficit slippage in the first four months of 1992, the Council in May 1992 pressed the Government to take new measures of fiscal restraint.

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