residual resistance

residual resistance

[rə′zij·ə·wəl ri′zis·təns]
(solid-state physics)
The value to which the electrical resistance of a metal drops as the temperature is lowered to near absolute zero, caused by imperfections and impurities in the metal rather than by lattice vibrations.
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'Residual resistance to market changes has dwindled,' he said.
This residual resistance to change will need to be dealt with more resolutely.
According to "standard Q/ SDY 1119-2003 implementation rule 6.19", under the conditions of the salinity of compound salt water 19334 mg/L, the concentration of polymer, respectively, 800 mg/L, 1000 mg/L, and 1500 mg/L, temperature of 75[degrees]C, and injection rate of 0.50 mL/min, the resistance coefficient and residual resistance coefficient of the new polymer samples were measured.
Yet, a residual resistance pocket remains in Idlib, with Al Nusrah leading the show.
The residual resistance coefficient of the injection experiment was >2.
Therefore, we designed a new fluid drive unit to assess the matching relationship of asphalt particle sizes with pore sizes by measuring the on-way resistance coefficient, residual resistance factor, and relative change of permeability in man-made cores after injecting asphalt [15].
Niobium material for accelerating cavities must have a Residual Resistance Ratio (RRR) that exceeds 250.
Design of continuous monitoring system can also be based on the measurement of residual resistance caused due to deformation.
Resistance factor and residual resistance factor were the important indicators that characterize abilities of liquid fluidity control and the permeability descent.
Compared with other polymer solutions the MGS-CPS compositions are characterized by low polymer and cross linking agent content, but they provide for a high residual resistance factor.
(7.) International Electrotechnical Commission Standard 61788-11, Ed.1: Superconductivity--Part 11: Residual resistance ratio measurement--Residual resistance ratio of Nb3Sn composite superconductors (2003).
(1) Residual resistance coefficient of water phase (RRW): the ratio of water phase permeability before and after the water shut-off.