To succeed, a sperm must reach a critical velocity
to navigate upstream and avoid being caught in one of a series of bottleneck traps.
(25) determined that at the estimated critical velocity
, physical activity could not be sustained for more than 60 min.
Using (73), (77), and (78), we discuss the stationary solution, the stability conditions of straight motion, and the critical velocity
of circular motion.
Finally, possible experimental runs were selected up to where the approach velocity in the laboratory model became close to the critical velocity
calculated by Keulegan's equation to conduct the experiment in clear-water scour regime.
In petroleum engineering, generally there is a critical velocity
associated with sand production in oil and gas reservoirs.
The critical velocity
required to resist smoke backlayering increases with the increase in the HRR of the fire but levels off at about 3 m/s (9.8 ft/s) for large fires greater than 100 MW (94800 BTU/s).
Can Critical Velocity
and Anaerobic Swimming Capacity be Determined from Estimated Performance Times in Collegiate Swimmers?
In Section 3, the complex and natural frequencies of the system are computed together with the relationship of the system's natural frequency with the flow critical velocity
. Section 4 analyses the dynamic responses for purely elastic pipe in three cases, namely, simple supports at both ends, cantilever pipe, and a clamped-pinned ends pipe.
Numerically found threshold [M.sub.A] for initiating KH instability of the kink (m = 1) mode in moving untwisted magnetic flux tube of compressible plasma is 12.435 that yields a critical velocity
of 607km [s.sup.-1].
The critical velocity
"wcr" is just the sufficient velocity provided by the ventilation system, able to prevent formation of this reverse stratified layer.
In terms of R, it can be classified as small, medium, and large numbers, and the corresponding critical values are assumed to be [R.sub.cr1] = [w.sub.cr1]D/v = 0.1 and [R.sub.cr2] = [w.sub.cr2]D/v = 1000 [13, 18], where [w.sub.cr1 = 0.1v/D is defined as the first critical velocity
between small and medium R zones, [w.sub.cr2 = 1000v/D is defined as the second critical value between medium and large R zones, and their corresponding times were defined as [t.sub.cr1] and [t.sub.cr2], respectively.
Further, the critical velocity
of moving load is discussed.