thermal phase

thermal phase

[′thər·məl ‚fāz]
(astrophysics)
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The small signal simulation similarly demonstrates that the thermal phase lag is insignificant up to frequencies of 500 MHz or 1 GHz, which are not encountered in practice in thermal settings.
Since the early work [15] studying thermal phase transition between Schwarzchild-AdS black hole and AdS vacuum, the behaviors of phase transition of black holes have been studied intensively.
The chip, which is smaller than a dime, uses thermal phase shifters to heat waveguides through which the laser propagates, changing the speed and phase of the light that passes through them.
The thermal phase is typically formed using the [A.sup.0] method, which uses a temperature vs.
The containers also have resistance to high overload and thermal phase shift features.
Simulation calculations suggest an asymmetrically alternating measuring sequence in order to compensate for systematic errors caused by thermal phase drifts.
The literature describes AFM studies of thermal phase transitions in a number of polymer samples.
Imaging Thermal Phase Transitions with an AFM The AFM is routinely used to examine polymer materials at ambient conditions.
Witten, "Anti-de Sitter space, thermal phase transition and confinement in gauge theories," International Journal of Modern Physics A.