transfer constant

transfer constant

[′tranz·fər ‚kän·stənt]
(engineering)
A transducer rating, equal to one-half the natural logarithm of the complex ratio of the product of the voltage and current entering a transducer to that leaving the transducer when the latter is terminated in its image impedance; alternatively, the product may be that of force and velocity or pressure and volume velocity; the real part of the transfer constant is the image attenuation constant, and the imaginary part is the image phase constant. Also known as transfer factor.
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Money transfer constant currency revenue growth went up 13 percent in the same period, while transaction growth increased by 14 percent.
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The relative decrease depends on the magnitude of transfer constant.
The chain transfer constant C for monomer/oligomer, solvent, initiator can be represented as:
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where [Mathematical Expression Omitted] represents the apparent monomer chain transfer constant, and is defined by:
In the absence of transfer reactions to initiator, Eq 21 can be used to obtain the apparent monomer chain transfer constant to monomers [Mathematical Expression Omitted] from the zero intersect of the straight lines generated when the experimental rate of polymerization vs.
In this work our objectives are to estimate the [Phi] factor and the cross-termination transfer constants, which could be used for simulation and control of the SAN copolymerization system.
Transfer constants for blood-brain barrier permeation of the neuroexcitatory shellfish toxin, domoic acid.