dissipation coefficient

dissipation coefficient

[‚dis·ə′pā·shən ‚kō·i′fish·ənt]
(electromagnetism)
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2 and 3), it should be noted that the composite with thermoplastic polyurethane had the highest elastic energy from the all tested composites, as well as the highest energy dissipation coefficient which was also confirmed by the impact test.
Hysteresis loops showed that the addition of polyurethane causes a significant increase in the energy dissipation coefficient. SEM images showed the nature of the structure of the studied materials.
The energy dissipation coefficient E for the three specimens CJ1, CJ2, and CJ3 is 1.70, 1.77, and 1.67, respectively, which indicates that the three specimens have good energy dissipation.
The heat dissipation coefficient of the electromechanical equipment is an important factor affecting the heat dissipation of the equipment.
As shown in Figures 6(a)-6(c), the maximum runup height of a solitary wave was proportional to the transmission coefficient, but independent of the reflection or turbulent dissipation coefficient when the horizontal length of the structure was relatively short.
where [alpha] is the dissipation coefficient and is defined as
2) By [([a".sub.i]).sup.(1)]([T.sub.14], t) ([T.sub.14] [greater than or equal to] 0, t [greater than or equal to] 0), the contribution of the radiation to the dissipation coefficient of the energy and mass of black holes.
To account for the energy loss in the throat, defining the throat dissipation coefficient [K.sub.th] as:
In this paper, the equivalent damping coefficient ([h.sub.e]) and the energy dissipation coefficient (E) presented in the Chinese standard JGJ/T 101-2015 [12] are used to evaluate the energy dissipation of the joint specimens.
b) The dissipation coefficient in the growth model is attributable to two factors;
Table 5 shows the energy dissipation coefficient, equivalent viscous damping coefficient he, and accumulated energy dissipation of SPRCW-5-8.
We make an explicit assumption that only category 2 of DO vis-a-vis terrestrial organisms is responsible for the increase in the dissipation coefficient of the DOM vis-a-vis oxygen consumption due to cellular respiration.