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at, in, near, or being the center

dominant in importance or influence

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a workplace that serves as a telecommunications facility where lines from telephones can be connected together to permit communication

serving as an essential component

in or near a center or constituting a center

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The viscosity of blood in central layer is allowed to vary according to the Einstein relation
The figure 4 describes the combined behavior of the ratio of radius of central layer to the radius of unobstructed artery ((C), magnetic field and porosity.
A close-up of the acceleration field in the neighbourhood of the finger clearly indicates that the flow in the central layer is responsible for drawing the finger out.
The length of the area completely filled with a liquid is designated as s, the coordinate of the flow front in the central layer is x = 1, and the coordinate inside the peripheral layer is y = h(x), as can be seen in Fig.
Then p = 0 at x = l during the first stage of filling (the central layer is not completely filled) and [partial]p/[partial]x = 0 at x = l = L during the second stage (the central layer has been completely filled).
By differentiating Eq 9 and substituting the result into Eq 10 taking into account Eq 8, the following equation in pressure distribution along the central layer can be obtained:
y] is the initial (small) thickness of wetting of the relatively dense peripheral layer during movement of a liquid along the central layer.
Pressure distribution inside the central layer is determined as a solution of the above-formulated boundary problem and depends on time as a parameter.
An impregnating liquid (binder) enters a mold through the central layer.
0x] = permeability coefficient along the x-axis in the central layer.
time of reaching the back wall of a mold in the central layer.
y] = initial (small) width of wetting of the peripheral layers in the movement of a liquid through the central layer.
The dependence of peel strength on bonding time and molecular weight of the modified polymer for this system and for others using EVOH as the central layer is also under study.
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