discreteness


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the state of being several and distinct

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It can be seen that the external magnetic field decreases the faster with distance from the toroidal surface, the greater the number of coils used, in other words, the smaller the discreteness of the superconducting winding.
Due to the complex geological conditions and different environment of natural rock mass, the influence factors of fatigue life are more complicated, and there is relatively large discreteness in fatigue life.
The main reasons for the difference of the experimental and simulation waves are the simulation results which can be affected by accuracy rating of the scheme, discreteness of experiment measurement, and the sound field grid division.
Consider uninterrupted discrete system with N quantizers, so that discreteness es are as follows
It proves that the test values have little discreteness and the results are acceptable.
The longitudinal load-bearing and force-transference mechanisms of ballast beds are highly complex because of the discreteness and composition of ballast track structures and the repeatability of loads [13, 14].
The scatter plot shows that the discreteness of both [D.sub.m] and [[sigma].sub.m] increases with the increase of their values, and the discreteness of am is greater than that of [D.sub.m]; the discreteness of both [D.sub.m] and [[sigma].sub.m] measured by OTT is greater than that measured by PMCS, denoting that PMCS can obtain a narrower spectral width of DSD than OTT.
Soon, Hawking radiation spectrum was also approached from the loop quantum gravity framework using the discreteness of area [7-9].
As presented in Figure 10, the standard deviation (SD) of long-term loss increases continuously in each calculation condition from 1 month to 30 years after jacking, which shows that the discreteness of prestress loss due to the variation of influencing parameters gradually becomes larger with time, and the increase is most significant in the first ten years.
In this regard, it is common to use measurements such as body length, body depth, head length, eye diameter, jaw length of fishes to not only assess fish habitat peculiarities and ecological criteria in water bodies, but also to measure discreteness and relationships among various taxonomic categories [8].
At the present, scarce information is available about the stock discreteness and foraging habits of killer whales in Brazilian waters.
Social###Fear of stigma###Fear of doctor shopping ; multiple responsibilities###Lack of social discreteness ; cost
The discreteness of Z makes (2) difficult to solve.
Considering that in situ engineering tests and indoor acoustic emission tests are characterized by high discreteness and great man-made errors, this paper introduces numerical methods to investigate damage mechanics and acoustic emission properties of rocks with different transverse scales.
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