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ブックス At equilibrium, therefore, psVg-pVg-Fd = 0 (8.5.1) where ps is the density of the... の書籍検索結果
" At equilibrium, therefore, psVg-pVg-Fd = 0 (8.5.1) where ps is the density of the sphere, p is the density of the liquid, and g is the acceleration due to gravity. "
Freshwater Ecology: Concepts and Environmental Applications - 25 ページ
Walter K. Dodds 著 - 2002 - 569 ページ
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Proceedings of the Institute of Radio Engineers, 第 11 巻

Institute of Radio Engineers - 1923 - 760 ページ
...pulsating or "breathing" sphere, it is found that the oscillating mass of the medium is ' 2' where R is the radius of the sphere, p is the density of the medium, and ^ is the wave length corresponding to the frequency in question. It can be seen from this...

Proceedings of the IEEE., 第 11 巻

Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers - 1923 - 764 ページ
...or "breathing" sphere, it is found that the oscillating mass of the medium is •+ , K. (¥)' where R is the radius of the sphere, p is the density of the medium, and A is the wave length corresponding to the frequency in question. It can be seen from this...

Diffusion and Ecological Problems: Modern Perspectives

Akira Okubo, Smon A. Levin - 2002 - 492 ページ
...(marjv = 4/3na3plg- 4/3na^pg = 4/3na3(p\ — p)g, (3.16) resistance weight force of buoyancy where p\ is the density of the sphere, p is the density of the fluid, and g is the acceleration of gravity. From (3.16) we have vs = 2(pl-p)ga2/9rj. (3.17) Since...

Diffusion and Ecological Problems: Modern Perspectives

Akira Okubo, Smon A. Levin - 2002 - 492 ページ
...6natjv = 4/3na3p]g- 4/3na3pg = 4/3na3(pi - p)g, (3.16) resistance weight force of buoyancy where />, is the density of the sphere, p is the density of the fluid, and g is the acceleration of gravity. From (3.16) we have (3.17) Since the density of spores...

Fundamentals of Polymer Engineering, Revised and Expanded

Anil Kumar, Rakesh K. Gupta - 2003 - 720 ページ
...liquid Fd tending to slow down the sphere. At equilibrium, therefore, psVg-pVg-Fd = 0 (8.5.1) where ps is the density of the sphere, p is the density of the liquid, and g is the acceleration due to gravity. As shown later in Section 13.4 of Chapter 13, the drag force...




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