energy dissipation

energy dissipation

[′en·ər·jē dis·ə′pā·shən]
(physics)
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The isolation and energy dissipation systems submitted for testing were all passive.
In the laboratory, we continue to use mixing-sensitive chemical reactions to measure energy dissipation in suspensions [1].
To design the proper size and proportions of the stilling basin, the design team must be able to accurately predict the amount of energy dissipation afforded by the 3-ft high steps down the face of the spillway.
The acquisition rounded out Rodney Hunt Co's line of valve products to include Rotovalve cone valves, Streamseal circular and rectangular butterfly valves, and Howell-Bunger fixed cone valves for energy dissipation.
Newell and Zakharov admit that their simple theory leaves out a number of factors that may also play a role in energy dissipation and momentum transfer.
The contract concerns the supply of two turbines of the pelton type (qe = 50 l / s, gross drop between 275 and 241 m, p = 100 kw) as well as all the ancillary equipment (by-pass of energy dissipation, piping power supply, distribution network connection systems, control-command-protection systems and auxiliary electrical services)
The figure 2 shows the power dissipation of closed form expression of the energy dissipation have been derived, from which inspirit of gained into the depend of energy on design process parameters.
The placement of "5+4" VDW can be also equal to the interstory displacement so as to improve the efficiency of energy dissipation with a great deal of application potential.
The 26 selected papers cover building performance during earthquakes, performance-based design, vulnerability, seismic isolation and energy dissipation, the upgrade of buildings to mitigate seismic hazard, case studies, experimental studies, and numerical analysis.
5 times more torque capacity than conventional designs of a similar size; with up to 15 times more energy dissipation.
And its value is closely related to the degree of energy dissipation during the compression process.

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