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9, increase in surface friction increases the relative frictional effect in both systems.
By studying past market cycles, an appraiser can estimate the frictional vacancy rate for a particular market.
If ice becomes less frictional when traveling at speed, what about rock?
Contracting constraints and frictional cost differences, however, can motivate the segregation of collateral.
Meyers (2003) argues that for the question of expanding or contracting lines of business, capital allocation, including the Myers and Read approach, is not necessary, a finding in line with Phillips, Cummins, and Allen (1998), if no frictional costs are taken into account.
Measurement of solid bodies boundary lubrication frictional coefficient for both kinds of oils used shows following well known lawfullnesses:
During periods of relatively low atmospheric pressure, air and water particles contained in sediment pores in the soil tend to move upwards to areas of lower pressure, easing frictional forces, they believe, and allowing easier sliding.
This study presents experimental two-phase frictional data for refrigerant-oil mixtures in two tubes with inside diameters D = 2.
Designed to solve endurance and temperature issues on propshafts with medium to high installed angles, the PX joint design also uses opposed ball tracks to keep frictional pressures and temperatures low.
Frictional resistances of metal-lined ceramic brackets versus conventional stainless steel brackets and development of 3-D friction maps.
Frictional costs of moving money to and from the subsidiary.
The frictional contact problem involves two distinct states: slip and stick.
Comparison between predicted and measured values of the frictional pressure drop for different methods Conc.