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where [DELTA](a, [T.sub.c]) = (2/RT)[[[psi].sub.Cu](a) - [[psi].sub.Cu](a')] + (2/3RT) [[[psi].sub.Au](a) - [[psi].sub.Au](a')] and a and a' are the lattice parameters of alloy [Cu.sub.3]Au at the critical temperature [T.sub.c] in the ordered zone and the disordered zone, respectively.
Therefore, the critical temperatures [T.sub.c], which are on the average about 4/3([T.sub.b]/K) [1], are not the quantities that are relevant to their applications but have found use for the estimation of other properties that have not been measured as functions of the temperature [1, 4].
Based on its critical temperature, it should have properties close to R-1234ze, i.e., about 20% lower capacity than R-134a.
The small black hole will transit to the large black hole as the temperature reaches the critical temperature [T.sub.1].
As shown in Figure 8, when the number of the cracks remains unchanged, the critical temperature of the simply supported steel beam gradually decreases as the relative depth of the crack increases, and the decreasing velocity gradually increases.
In contrast to LPG 1, it can be assumed that LPG 4 is injected in liquid state into the cylinder due to its high critical temperature of 133.6[degrees]C.
Plere, in addition to the [P.sub.c],S4 data, we also obtained the Critical Temperature ([T.sub.c],S4) data via S4 testing by conducting a series of tests at a fixed pressure of 5 bars and at variable test temperatures.
The XRD results described the supper conducting behavior of YBCO thin film which shows that the critical temperature of YBCO thin film is 153 K.
The influence parameters of plate aspect ratio, cross-ply ratio and stiffness ratio on the critical temperature were presented.
The client chose EFAFLEX to maintain critical temperature control between the ambient and chilled food areas.
There is a critical temperature at which the ultrafine particle emission rate rises stepwise by 4 to 6 orders of magnitude.
The research team previously developed a Mott MIT critical temperature switch (CTS) (or MIT device) which generates a control current (or signal) at a critical temperature between 67 degrees Celsius and 85 degrees Celsius as the unique characteristic of vanadium dioxide.
Two of the indices developed for the study were simpler than the CWSI, including the "degrees above non-stressed" (DANS) index and the "degrees above critical temperature" (DACT) index.
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