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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C] = assumed Coulombic energy coefficient of the semi-empirical mass formula a [M.
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From these measurements, energy coefficient and efficiency of the centrifugal compressor are computed and plotted against the flow coefficient.
The specific work W for the centrifugal compressor is expressed nondimensionally as the energy coefficient, [PHI]
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.
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Table 5 presents a comparison between the wear energy coefficient calculated with the Fuller-Tabor parameter and the one obtained experimentally.
Wear energy coefficients calculated with this value and measured were in good agreement.

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