flux of energy

flux of energy

[′fləks əv ′en·ər·jē]
(physics)
The energy which passes through a surface per unit area per unit time.
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Here [S.sub.ij] denotes the flux of energy flux which is written as
We now know that cosmic rays arrive to the vicinity of Earth from distant space and that they bring negligible flux of energy (108 times lower than that of solar light).
Since Dirichlet boundary conditions are used at the endpoints of the interval, the flux of energy across the boundaries and into the domain, as given by (5), will be controlled and constant.
But where art thou other force, absent and perhaps essential, which transports the flux of energy from marketer to money-spending consumer--the factor that makes the kingdom rich and all the minions beholden?
This graph illustrates how the flux of energy and moisture from the ocean, which creates turbulence in the air, is heightened when the temperature difference between the ocean surface and the overlying cold air increases.
This enables the heat engine in the core to drive the geodynamo harder, and as the flux of energy to the geodynamo increases, the reversal rate increases as well.