during heat treatment were measured by inserting a thin thermocouple at different positions in the thickness of the sample.
Evaluation of temperature gradient
capillary electrophoresis for detection of the factor V Leiden mutation: coincident identification of a novel polymorphism in factor V.
The AZS with [beta] = 0.2 (corresponding to a temperature gradient
of 136 K (245[degrees]F) for every two zones) creates four zones for the first floor (0-8 m [26 ft]) and one zone in the secod, whereas [beta] = 0.05 (corresponding to a temperature gradient
of 34 K [63[degrees]F]) results in 15 zones for the first and 3 zones in the second.
It is observed from these figures that, for any type of nanoparticles, as the nanoparticle volume fraction [phi] increases, both the surface velocities and the temperature gradients
decrease, which is again in agreement with Figures 3 and 4.
These defects act as additional scattering centers and result in a region of large temperature gradient
, which translates to a reduction in the thermal conductivity of the crystal .
Thereupon we can compare values of temperature gradients
using results of Compact numerical method and perturbation method at early and late times.
Caption: Figure 10: Temperature gradient
distribution in the arch rib model.
exceeded 5.4[degrees]F (3[degrees]C) at 75.2[degrees]F (24[degrees]C) supply air, and increased even further when the supply air temperature was raised to 82.4[degrees]F (28[degrees]C) (Figure 3).
ROC curve analysis showed that core to peripheral temperature gradient
and blood lactate levels had similar predictive values for increased risk of mortality (area under the curve, 0.807 and 0.877 respectively) with the best cut-off values of 2.90C for core to peripheral temperature gradient
and 36 mg/dL for blood lactate levels.
This is the main reason for the temperature gradient
of PPCC being greater than that of PCC.
In the following, some details of the fitting process and the calculation of vertical temperature gradient
where [Z.sub.S](x, t) is the concrete tensile strength standard value; [Z.sub.D](x, t) is the dead load effect after the bridge completed; [Z.sub.D](x, t) is the measured vehicle load effect; [Z.sub.T](x, t) is the measured temperature gradient
load effect; [[phi].sub.0](x,t) is the time variation function of the dead load effect; [[phi].sub.1] (x, t) is the time variation function of the vehicle load effect; and [[phi].sub.2](x,t) is the time variation function of the temperature gradient