similarity principle

similarity principle

[‚sim·ə′lar·əd·ē ‚prin·sə·pəl]
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According to the similarity principle of geomechanics model test, Zhang Qiangyong had developed a new type of iron crystal sand cemented rock and soil similar material through a lot of mechanical tests.
Caption: Figure 2: Schematic diagram of the similarity principle of block diagram of the same and different scale.
One of the most important principles of interpersonal attraction is the similarity principle [20].
Similar to prototype engineering, the model was designed based on the similarity principle. An optical measuring apparatus was used in the geomechanical model test.
Experiments and the similarity principle are used in this case.
The question at the center of this investigation is, then, whether the English phoneme system is organized according to the similarity principle, as predicted by the working hypothesis.
After experimenting with Peruvian, or cinchona, bark on himself Hahnemann came to the conclusion that the substance caused the same fever as the Malarian fever for which it was used as a curt It is this so-called similarity principle on which modem homeopathy is based.
A scaling equation generated from dimensional data representing 10 genera of ceratopsians indicates that their humeral diameter is substantially less massive than predicted by McMahon's elastic similarity principle, and, therefore, does not provide evidence of adaptation to galloping.
From these data, it can be inferred that, when common region and similarity principles were conjoined so that they cooperated, the grouping effect was stronger than that of each principle acting alone.
For example the weldment classification could be worked out with utilization advanced methods based on the similarity principles.
The similarity principles show that any dimensionless velocity in the room can be given as a unique function of the Archimedes number if flow in the room is fully developed turbulent (high Reynolds number flow); see Tahti and Good-fellow (2001).