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Synonyms for nonreflecting

not capable of physical reflection

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Nonreflecting boundaries [18-20] are used at the inflow and outflow boundaries.
A way to explore the interaction of these three factors is to first imagine a nonreflecting sound environment, perhaps an outdoor venue like a wide open field.
Zheng: Exact nonreflecting boundary conditions for on-dimensional cubic nonlinear Schrodinger equations, J.
Values of K([lambda]) and S([lambda]) for the same materials as used here have been evaluated earlier [10] from diffuse reflectance values obtained from measurements on a thin and smooth translucent sheet placed over a nonreflecting black background and then over a white background [17, 18].
Nonreflecting boundary condition in infinite-element formulation for an elastic wave equation, Geophysics, 63 (3), 1006-1016.
In place of the reflexive transcendence of the mirror and scene, there is a nonreflecting surface, an immanent surface where operations unfold--the smooth operational surface of communication.
With modern airport design allowing the maximum amount of light into buildings, displays with nonreflecting surfaces are essential.
This wonderfully tactile material can be made as slick and shiny as a mirror or as rough textured and nonreflecting as sandpaper.
However, the technique required passing a laser beam through a tiny hole in a nonreflecting sleeve capping one end of the precision metering rod, so that the beam would bounce off the rod and not its sleeve.
In this paper we study wave transformation along one of these nonreflecting configurations, a quartic bottom profile (h ~ [x.
Sochava, "Proposed composite material for nonreflecting shields and antenna radomes," Electron.
The nonreflecting propagation of monochromatic waves in inhomogeneous media has been studied for certain conditions with applications to different fields: acoustics (Brekhovskikh, 1980), plasma (Ginzburg, 1970), and fluids (Magaard, 1962; Vlasenko, 1987).