displacement law

displacement law

[dis′plās·mənt ‚lȯ]
(nuclear physics)
(statistical mechanics)
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In Scheme 4, the tunnel continues to sink following the displacement law of Scheme 3.
The follower displacement law, 5([fi]), is given in the design process.
Where [R.sub.O] is the radius of the prime curve, and s([fi]) is the follower displacement law. The cam rotation angle, [fi], must be differentiated from the polar angle [beta] that determines the position vector of point B with respect the oxy coordinate system.
The synthesis of an n-lobe noncircular gear using Bezier and B-spline Nonparametric curves in the design of its displacement law. J.
A comparison of pressure angles, contact forces, and input torques is shown in this work for the cam-follower mechanisms that deliver the displacement laws studied.
10 shows the curves for the pressure angles of the four cam-follower mechanisms that deliver the proposed displacement laws. The pressure angles for the cam-follower mechanism that delivers the VAP function are lower than the ones obtained with the harmonic function.
1997; Perry 1979), or by using Wien's displacement law (Marr and Wilkin 2012; Biermann et al.
Comparing Figure 11 with Figure 5 reveals that the displacement law obtained from the numerical simulation is analogous to that obtained from model test.
To see in other spectral ranges, particularly the infrared (IR), we need to take advantage of Wien's displacement law, which formulates an inverse relationship between emitted peak wavelength and blackbody temperature.
However, the radioactive displacement law made it clear that uranium and thorium each broke down to a different isotope of lead, and that could be checked.