optical model


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optical model

[′äp·tə·kəl ′mäd·əl]
(nuclear physics)
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The local and global optical model potentials (OMPs) developed by Koning and Delarochel (2003) [13] were used for neutrons and protons.
VO 2635Vogue's irony and vivacity come together in this optical model made even more fun and captivating by the colorful enamel flower design applied to the temples.
Three Optical Models are Compared to Determine the Best One to Use to Describe UV Damage.
Based on thermal and optical models embedded into integral process simulation tools combined with novel machine and laser technologies, for the first time a tape winding system will be realised which is able not only to drastically reduce the occurring waste, but also predict potentially arising failure in order to reduce machine downtimes.
Factory utilization rates tend to be higher than that of optical models because they are used more frequently and often shared among multiple departments.
In fact, the firm has focused on development and manufacture of middle- and large-sized projective capacitive touch panels with dual-layer glass for some time, trying to differ from competitors who are mainly engaged in traditional resistant or optical models.
These optical models also are applicable to the motion of solids, liquids and gases.
Under the theme "The Role of Standards in Color," additional papers will present research in all aspects of color, including new instruments, new research applications of existing instruments, and optical models.