nondimensional parameter

nondimensional parameter

[¦nän·di′men·chən·əl pə′ram·əd·ər]
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1], the nondimensional parameter [alpha] representing the pressure-driven velocity relative to the fiber drawing speed, and the viscosity ratio [beta] = [[mu].
The actual volume flow through the compressor is expressed as a nondimensional parameter flow coefficient, defined as the ratio of radial velocity to the peripheral velocity at the impeller exit.
The actual volume flow through the compressor is expressed as a nondimensional parameter flow coefficient [phi], defined as the ratio of radial velocity to the peripheral velocity at the impeller exit.
The closed-form expressions of the electrical signals in the half-T network are given by means of both a nondimensional parameter K (the cell factor), which identifies the type of the cell, and some polynomials in K, whose order is linked to the number of the cells and whose coefficients are also written in a closed form.
Since the minimum thickness of the fluid film is very small compared with the length L, the nondimensional parameter [epsilon] is a very small quantity.
Through analyzing velocity triangle, the authors have found a nondimensional parameter k, defined as the tangential ratio of two relative outflow angles for two impellers, to be critical for successful shaft power matching and aerodynamic design.
Furthermore, use of a nondimensional parameter that normalized the variation of the return-air gas concentration relative to that of the supply airstream was useful in negating the effect of the supply-air concentration setpoint on the results.
2] are nondimensional parameters defined in Figure 1.
Variability analysis with nondimensional parameters as well as exhaustive search have been performed inside the parameter space to investigate the trends and nature of the molecular release mechanism through CP film/membrane under an applied electric potential.