normal dispersion

normal dispersion

[′nȯr·məl di′spər·zhən]
(geophysics)
The dispersion of seismic waves in which the recorded wave period increases with time.
(optics)
Dispersion in which the refractive index decreases monotonically and continuously with increasing wavelength.
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Also, in case [gamma] < 0 we have normal dispersion and in case [gamma] > 0 anomalous dispersion.
The negative value of the parameter P creates a reversed Airy-like pulse (oscillatory tail in front of the pulse) in case of normal dispersion.
The dielectric constant and tangent loss decrease as frequency increases and become constant at high frequencies showing normal dispersion behavior for all concentrations (i.
Dielectric constant and tangent loss showed normal dispersion behavior.
Some our offered mathematical models of the delay line demonstrated at low frequencies not only abnormal but normal dispersion also.
The all normal dispersion can be optimized closest to zero dispersion value for a maximum bandwidth.
In the last two cases, the dispersion becomes all normal dispersion type with no ZDW.
Two DW peaks centered in the normal dispersion region can be used as the pump and Stokes pulses for the high resolution CARS microscopy.
From 465 observations the measurements result of the slag compound, for annually production, it's observed that is existing one pronounced variation of value of slag components and this variation is of not determinate character with normal dispersion ore lognormal.
It is important to note that primary aggregates are the characteristic units of carbon black and are not broken down further under normal dispersion condition.
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The goals of the present paper are: (i) to solve HE (5) and FSE (4) under localized initial conditions for the weak normal dispersion case; (ii) to compare solutions of the HE and FSE for the linear and the nonlinear case; (iii) to compare solutions of the HE and FSE along a weak normal dispersion line (see Section 3 for details).