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natural frequency of vibrations of the vibration-isolating system, Hz; and v is the logarithmic decrement of the elastomeric material used for the manufacture of the vibration isolator.
7, the dependences of the logarithmic damping decrement and the time of total attenuation of the horizontal natural oscillations of the mass from the strength of electric field are presented in the Fig.
(2015), working with 'timbo' (Serjania marginata Casar) leaves, observed that the Logarithmic and Midilli models showed satisfactory fit to the experimental data for the temperatures of 40 and 50[degrees]C, but only Midilli showed good fit for the temperatures of 60 and 70[degrees]C.
Concerning the explicit formula for [[not upsilon].sub.1,[GAMMA]], one can consult [2], where a better estimate for the logarithmic derivative of the Selberg zeta function is established.
Another case is of infinite logarithmic order; let q [member of] C and suppose that 0 < [absolute value of q] < 1; then
Figure 11 presents the plot of [[??].sub.tot] by taking logarithmic entropy at event horizon.
The logarithmic relationship between the HP and MEI is usually used to calculate the [NE.sub.m] as being the HP at zero MEI [5,26].
Logarithmic model, Fredlund model, Jaky model, and Gompertz model were used to fit loess particle size distribution curve in this paper.
The logarithmic norm of a square matrix B is defined by
Two design methods for the parameters of the logarithmic quantizer are illustrated in Sections 3 and 4, respectively.
Because logarithmic returns on financial assets are very close to their percentage change rate, this paper uses logarithmic returns in data analysis.
The vibration frequency (plotted in the logarithmic form) increases dramatically with the increasing value of n.