curvature effect

curvature effect

[′kər·və·chər i′fekt]
(electronics)
Generally, the condition in which the dielectric strength of a liquid or vacuum separating two electrodes is higher for electrodes of smaller radius of curvature.
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Thus, the maximal value at crossing number "2" seems to originate from the curvature effect and global bending effect.
The curvature effect, C, is the difference of the average of the data at the central points and the average of the factorial design experiment data, which was calculated according the following equation:
Considering the case of long TX-RX distance, [L.sub.e_diff] denotes the diffraction loss derived from earth curvature effect. On the basis of (6), the structure of this propagation path loss model is divided into two parts (shown in Figure 2).
The machining scheme with the constant feedrate, which is the speed of the tool tip, ends up with the variable material removal rate due to the curvature effect. Thus, a variable feedrate scheme [12] is used to achieve the constant material removal rate.
Note that the curvature effect on radiation is more in spherical surfaces (the curvature is in all directions) than in cylindrical surfaces, and the effective area exposed to the horn antenna is smaller.
[[Pi].sub.7] = [[Delta].sub.m] / [r.sub.i] (Mold curvature effect)
In this work, we extend the model to study the curvature effect on a circular patch microstrip antenna printed on a cylindrical surface.
[[Pi].sub.7] = [[Delta].sub.m]/[r.sub.i] (Mold curvature effect)
Similarly, for a constant area ratio changing characteristics of centerline curvature effects magnitude of the low-pressure region occurred around inlet throat.
Authors claim that the actual values and CFD model results indicated that CFD model can be successfully used for the determination of heating and cooling performances of curvature effects on Ranque-Hilsch vortex tube.
The 60 papers examine such topics as cold compressed baryonic matter with hidden local symmetry and holography, topological and curvature effects in a multi-fermion interaction model, continuum superpartners from supersymmetric unparticles, new regularization in extra dimensional model and renormalization group flow of the cosmological constant, and critical behaviors of sigma-mode and pion in holographic superconductors.