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** Distribution function calculation **

Table 4.2 Two-dimensional displacement distribution function W on W 110 heating periods were 60 s each experimental values were averaged over equivalent directions. Theoretical values calculated from the experimental mean square displacments are listed in [Pg.230]

As described before nine existing identical machines have been analysed. The results consist of the safety-related empirical and theoretical failure probability of the safety-related function. Further, the failure density function of the theoretical distribution function is calculated and illustrated to clarify how the maximum of the failure density function is obtained. The received maximum values can finally be compared with the quantitative requirements of the EN ISO 13849-1 and the Performance Level can be determined. [Pg.1928]

In the next two figures we discuss the pair-correlation functions as obtained from the two-density theory and computer simulations. First, in Fig. 3 we compare the counterion-counterion pair-distribution function as obtained theoretically (lines) and from simulations (symbols). The numerical calculations apply to cp = 0.0001 and ce = 0.005 mol dm-3 the results show that the theory underestimates the counterion-counterion correlation. Next, in Fig. 4 the macroion-counterion pair-distribution is shown for the same set of parameters. Finally, in Fig. 5 the macroion-macroion pair-distribution functions are calculated by both theoretical approaches at cp = 0.0001 mol dm-3 solution and for zp = —10 and —30. [Pg.211]

Theoretical results of similar quality have been obtained for thermodynamics and the structure of adsorbed fluid in matrices with m = M = 8, see Figs. 8 and 9, respectively. However, at a high matrix density = 0.273) we observe that the fluid structure, in spite of qualitatively similar behavior to simulations, is described inaccurately (Fig. 10(a)). On the other hand, the fluid-matrix correlations from the theory agree better with simulations in the case m = M = S (Fig. 10(b)). Very similar conclusions have been obtained in the case of matrices made of 16 hard sphere beads. As an example, we present the distribution functions from the theory and simulation in Fig. 11. It is worth mentioning that the fluid density obtained via GCMC simulations has been used as an input for all theoretical calculations. [Pg.326]

The present theoretical approach to rubberlike elasticity is novel in that it utilizes the wealth of information which RiS theory provides on the spatial configurations of chain molecules. Specifically, Monte Carlo calculations based on the RIS approximation are used to simulate spatial configurations, and thus distribution functions for end-to-end separation r of the chains. Results are presented for polyethylene and polydimethylsiloxane chains most of which are quite short, in order to elucidate non-Gaussian effects due to limited chain extensibility. [Pg.401]

A straightforward Fourier transform of the EXAFS signal does not yield the true radial distribution function. First, the phase shift causes each coordination shell to peak at the incorrect distance second, due to the element-specific backscattering amplitude, the intensity may not be correct. The appropriate corrections can be made, however, when phase shift and amplitude functions are derived from reference samples or from theoretical calculations. The phase- and amplitude-corrected Fourier transform becomes [Pg.171]

** Distribution function calculation **

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