2 edition of Radial radiative flux in cylindrically symmetric arcs found in the catalog.
Radial radiative flux in cylindrically symmetric arcs
Paul John Shayler
by University ofLiverpool. Department of Electrical Engineering and Electronics in Liverpool
Written in English
|Statement||P.J. Shayler, M.T.C. Fang.|
|Series||Arc Discharge Research Project report -- ULAP-T52|
|Contributions||Fang, M. T. C., University of Liverpool. Department of Electrical Engineering and Electronics.|
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SyntaxTextGen not activatedThe Pdf equation describing the temperature field of a cylindrically symmetrical non-radiative electric arc has been solved, and approximate explicit analytic solutions are obtained.
The radial distributions of the heat-flux potential and the electrical conductivity have been figured out briefly by using some special simplification.Europ. J. Combinatorics () 9, Symmetric Designs and }'-arcs V Download pdf C. MA VRON A non-empty subset of points of a symmetric 2 - (v, k, A) design is a A-arc if it meets every block in 0 or A points.
If a A-arc exists, then it has AS - S + I points, for some integer S ;;J: 2, and v = AS2 -S + I, k = AS. Designs with such parameters are known under certain conditions for the cases s.Update ebook question so it's on-topic for Physics Stack Exchange.
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