energy coefficient

energy coefficient

[′en·ər·jē ‚kō·i′fish·ənt]
(oceanography)
The ratio between the energy transmitted forward in a wave per unit crest length at a point in shallow water, and the energy transmitted forward in a wave per unit crest length in deep water.
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where k is the energy coefficient depending on the chip architecture [13].
where [alpha] represents the energy coefficient of the harmonic component caused by kiln crank; [beta] represents the energy coefficient of the harmonic component resulting from deflection of the supporting roller's shaft; and [lambda] represents the energy coefficient of harmonic component of the supporting roller's surface roughness and harmonic.
The Building Economic Energy Coefficient (BEEC) could help many commercial building owners whose properties use a lot of energy (input), but add economic value to their cities and regions (output).
C] = assumed Coulombic energy coefficient of the semi-empirical mass formula a [M.
From these measurements, energy coefficient and efficiency of the centrifugal compressor are computed and plotted against the flow coefficient.
Pressure surface squealer tip has benefical effects in increasing energy coefficient and efficiency of the tested compressor.
First, within the given framework the energy coefficient of a more efficient technique is necessarily smaller.
The digestible energy coefficient increased with the addition of crude glycerin, and it was due to the fact that glycerin is very digestible compared with regular feed.
Table 5 presents a comparison between the wear energy coefficient calculated with the Fuller-Tabor parameter and the one obtained experimentally.
Ozdemir, "Comparison of Statistical Methods and Wavelet Energy Coefficients for Determining Two Common PQ Disturbances: Sag and Swell," in Proc.

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