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The fundamental diagram between b-nf-a and b-f-a by adding the fluctuation gradually, where x and y axises are car density and the number of traffic flow, respectively.
The first direct observation of electric field fluctuations came in 2015, when a team of researchers from the University of Konstanz in Germany were (http://www.sciencemag.org/news/2015/10/physicists-observe-weird-quantum-fluctuations-empty-space-maybe) able to detect the vacuum fluctuations of electromagnetic radiation in free space by looking at changes in the polarization of short pulses of light.
The main differences between this paper and [18] are the following: (1) two speed fluctuation types are considered, and their different influences on parametric instability are investigated; (2) damping is included in this paper, and the combined effect of damping and speed fluctuation is indicated; (3) besides numerical investigation, analytical expressions of primary and combination parametric instabilities are derived; (4) the influence rules of fluctuation amplitude and frequency on the instabilities are concluded, and a new way to adjust instability is presented.
Continuous fluctuation is not a good thing in the market and producers, consumers and investors must be able to envision a clear future for their activities in the market, he added.
In a press conference held here today to shed light on the Corporation's performance and comment on its earnings in the first quarter and achievements, he said: "Despite of the market price fluctuations, SABIC was able through reliability in production; the expansion of research and development; through the commissioning management and reliance on human resources in the production and expansion and its presence in international markets to reduce volatility faced by other companies, noting the concentration of SABIC and its eagerness to increase profitability for shareholders."
'We've had a huge fluctuation in average temperature since 1880--on the order of about 0.9[degrees]C,' he concluded.
Physicists and engineers introduce theoretical and experimental colleagues and graduate students to small-systems physics, fluctuation relations, and associated research topics.
Due to the Prevailing situation of electricity availability, voltage fluctuations and power shutdowns in Pakistan, these are one of the smaller issues that have become part of our day to day lives.
The mouse and rabbit blastocysts from the experimental groups were exposed into the pressure fluctuation. The mouse and rabbit blastocysts from the control groups were not exposed into the pressure fluctuations.
Summary: Current oil price fluctuations may increase the costs of maritime trade in the short term, while piracy is another concern for the shipping industry, the UAE Economy Minister Sultan bin Saeed al-Mansouri said on Monday.
We will use two approaches to account for the thickness fluctuation, [[delta]d.sub.Hi].
Panipat (Haryana) [India], June 27 ( ANI ): At least two children died and four were left in critical condition allegedly due to dysfunctional ACs on account of voltage fluctuation at the civil hospital in Haryana's Panipat city.
Moreover, many companies are unable to fill vacancies, which even worsens their problems with the labour force.We see in many companies that the losses are completely unnecessary, that they wouldnt have to look for so many employees if they were able to cope with fluctuation, said Ji#345iacute Halbrscarontaacutet, marketing manager of ManpowerGroup Slovak Republic, as cited by the TASR newswire.
As Chart 1 shows, fluctuations of these four indices each differ.