eccentricity


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The above formula was analyzed to found that the size of pre-stress basically had no obvious influence on the natural vibration frequency of concrete beams and the natural vibration frequency of concrete beams increased with the increase of elasticity modulus, area and eccentricity of pre-stress tendons.
Caption: A The large eccentricity of Mercury's orbit, 0.
The peripheral region of the breast is divided into the three layers namely epidermis, dermis and subcutaneous tissues, which are considered to be elliptic with eccentricity [d.
Presence of eccentricity [DELTA]Z between conductive wire and insulation leads to thickening ([[DELTA].
Based on the heat balance and load balance of the floating ring, the lubrication performances of the floating ring bearing under different outer film eccentricity ratios and rotate speeds are analyzed when considering floating ring heat transfer.
HD 20782, on the other hand, has an eccentricity of 0.
The eccentricity is defined as the difference between the centre of mass (CM) and the centre of rigidity (CR).
In most cases, the air-gap eccentricity is usually mentioned in the radial direction and can be divided into three types, that is, the static air-gap eccentricity (SAGE), the dynamic air-gap eccentricity (DAGE), and the mixed air-gap eccentricity (MAGE) [4,5].
For a vertex v in a connected graph G, the eccentricity e(v) of v is the distance between v and a vertex farthest from v in G.
For the eccentricity e is less than the stator radius [r.
Through an in-depth analysis and reading of notable English literary works from the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, Nicholson places eccentricity in its pedagogical, rhetorical, and literary context.
House of Eccentricity certainly reflects that passion Along with her ranges of dresses, sweaters, skirts, frocks, shoes and shorts, the shop at Dunford Road boasts old record players, vinyl records, leather-bound books and other items from a bygone age.