Time plots of the magnitude of the broadside E-field and the reflected charge on a 599-segment dipole as a function of time to exhibit their proportionality with an acceleration factor
[AF.sub.P] of 33.1.
After an acceleration factor
is introduced into the experimentally obtained time-varying massloss rate expression, the mass-loss rate of the actual collapse column model is numerically calculated.
Caption: Figure 12: Reconstructed images of all 11 frames in 30-channel cardiac dataset, by CC-RP-CGLS-GRAPPA (at [lambda] = 1.01) using acceleration factor
([A.sub.F]) = 5, kernel size 4x5, and 48 ACS lines.
The frequently used acceleration model includes the Arrhenius model, the inverse power model, and the Eyring model whose expressions and acceleration factors
are listed in Table 1.
Thus, the MEMS device designer or manufacturer needs to identify a number of acceleration factors
for each failure mode.
Typical acceleration factors
of the proving grounds to the real world are 20:1 to 100:1.
TABLE B Total Float = shares Outstanding 10,000,000 Daily Volume 100,000 Days in Class period 100 GTM (1x) Total Acceleration Factor
1.0 Retained Shares 6,339,677 Four Trader Model Based on Data from Froot et al.
All seven developments/events included on the questionnaire probably deserve the label "acceleration factor
" to some degree.
The experimental results with acceleration factor
of 2 in angle direction of the first dataset are shown in Figure 3.
With power transmitted by a fivespeed manual transmission, this version is capable of 101mph with a 0-60mph acceleration factor
of 14 seconds.
Even with an acceleration factor
for a big car of nought to 62 mph in a handy 9.3 seconds.
The users need to employ ID numerical optimization method (such as Newton-Raphson method or BFGS method) to get the exact threshold for a given acceleration factor