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** Adiabatic expansion coefficient **

** Adiabatic operations mass-transfer coefficients for **

** Adiabatic process, transmission coefficient **

** Adiabatic rate coefficients for **

** Coefficient, of adiabatic compressibility **

To obtain a similar expression for Nk t), we introduce binned adiabatic coefficients cik t), that is, [Pg.278]

Where P is standard atmospheric pressure P is actual pressure of the gas and k is adiabatic coefficient of the gas. [Pg.1201]

Let us in the following derive a relation between the actual transmission coefficient, gh, and the non-adiabatic coefficient, Kna, since it will show why gh > na and which part of the power spectrum for the solvent motion that is responsible for this. We see from Eq. (11.87) that [Pg.284]

Example 7.2.2 This can be seen, when solving the truck example for different values of the adiabatic coefficient k. When k exceeds a value between 1,542 and 1.545, the relative translation p o changes its sign. This leads to the physically unrealistic situation shown in Fig. 7.2. Although technically irrelevant, these values of K can occur within the optimization loop as intermediate results. [Pg.254]

** Adiabatic expansion coefficient **

** Adiabatic operations mass-transfer coefficients for **

** Adiabatic process, transmission coefficient **

** Adiabatic rate coefficients for **

** Coefficient, of adiabatic compressibility **

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