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German physicist who was the first to produce electromagnetic waves artificially (1857-1894)

German physicist who with James Franck proved the existence of the stationary energy states postulated by Bohr (1887-1975)

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The contact stress obtained by FEM is larger than the Hertzian contact stress calculated from the Hertzian stress formulae (see Appendix A) and AGMA stress formulae (see Appendix B), as shown in Fig.
i] The deformations and contact force can be related by Hertzian Contact Theory as
The contact force can be related to the local deformation at the contact point by the Hertzian expression [20]:
Semielliptic pressure distribution is observed at Hertzian contact between a ball and a steel plate.
Atanov, "The radiation problem from a vertical Hertzian dipole antenna above flat and lossy ground: novel formulation in the spectral domain with closed-form analytical solution in the high frequency regime", Int.
Ruse showed in two subsequent papers [3, 4] the intrinsic geometric significance of these functions as the principal directions of a covariant relativistic expression of Hertzian tensors in general.
11), (21-25) One of the simplest was derived by Brown, (11) who balanced the force to compress two Hertzian spheres with the estimated lowest capillary pressure that can be supported by a stable meniscus between three latex particles (12.
Hertzian Tales: Electronic Products, Aesthetic Experience, and Critical Design.
Lindman: The last Hertzian, and a harbinger of electromagnetic chirality," IEEE Antennas and Propagation Magazine, Vol.
Fixed in the "still point of the turning world," the poet, in active alienation from the function of the eye which could induce Hertzian mastery, is trying to look back at himself in identification with the gaze in the field of "another world.
De La Cruz and Rahnejat [28] described a model based on classic Hertzian impact for gear mating under medium to heavy load.
Especially, it will be claimed that an examination of Hilbert's axiomatic conception in the light of the Hertzian view of mechanical theories can be used to relieve the former from certain manifest tensions; more precisely, the tensions that arise when maintaining, at the same time, an abstract or formal axiomatic position and an empiricist view of geometry, which regards it as a kind of natural science.
This is a reasonable expectation as explained by Hertzian contact mechanics, which produces a relationship between tip geometry, contact area for tip radius and specimen surface, and the applied load to the indenter [36].
Electrical rays include wireless, Hertzian, radiowaves and microwaves.