Thermal Contact Conductance

Thermal Contact Conductance

Kimura Y (1970) Estimation of the number and the mean area of real contact points on the basis of surface profiles. Wear 15:47–55 Lambert MA, Mirmira SR, Fletcher LS (2006) Design graphs for thermal contact conductance of similar and ...

Author: Chakravarti V. Madhusudana

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9783319012766

Category: Science

Page: 260

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The work covers both theoretical and practical aspects of thermal contact conductance. The theoretical discussion focuses on heat transfer through spots, joints, and surfaces, as well as the role of interstitial materials (both planned and inadvertent). The practical discussion includes formulae and data that can be used in designing heat-transfer equipment for a variety of joints, including special geometries and configurations. All of the material has been updated to reflect the latest advances in the field.
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Atti del Workshop IGF Rolling contact fatigue applications and developments

Atti del Workshop IGF   Rolling contact fatigue  applications and developments

1.1s), the leading axle moves from an almost centred position towards a displacement of approximately 4.3 mm (which represents the maximum wheel–rail clearance), i.e. a flange contact takes place. The rear outer wheel instead, ...

Author: Stefano Beretta

Publisher: Gruppo Italiano Frattura

ISBN: 9788895940458

Category: Technology & Engineering

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Interviewer s Aid for VD Contact Investigation

Interviewer s Aid for VD Contact Investigation

It is preferable , where the Public Health staff is sufficient for the job , to have the contact located by a third party . In some cases , a man may feel safe in taking an active part in locating a contact , or bringing her to ...

Author: United States. Navy Department. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery

Publisher:

ISBN: SRLF:D0002556678

Category: Sexually transmitted diseases

Page: 60

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Particles in Contact

Particles in Contact

For Hertzian contacts, see “Normal Contact Force” the Mindlin[27] model assumes a non-linear sliding force with a spring stiffness depending on the contact radius (and thus on the normal load). kl,M = 8G∗a, (12) where of G∗ = the ...

Author: Sergiy Antonyuk

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783030158996

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 662

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This book contains the latest scientific findings in the area of granular materials, their physical fundamentals and applications in particle technology focused on the description of interactions of fine adhesive particles.In collaboration between physicists, chemists, mathematicians and mechanics and process engineers from 24 universities, new theories and methods for multiscale modeling and reliable measurement of particles are developed, with a focus on:• Basic physical-chemical processes in the contact zone: particle-particle and particle-wall contacts,• Particle collisions and their dynamics• Constitutive material laws for particle systems on the macro level.
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Mechatronic Modeling of Real Time Wheel Rail Contact

Mechatronic Modeling of Real Time Wheel Rail Contact

FN;yC 1⁄4 0 ifdq,yCðÞ!0 KyC Á dq,yCðÞ ifdq,yCðÞ\0 & This approach allows the use of worn profiles and the simulation of multiple contact points (this obviously requires the definition of a normal force for each contact point).

Author: Nicola Bosso

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9783642362460

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 119

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Real-time simulations of the behaviour of a rail vehicle require realistic solutions of the wheel-rail contact problem which can work in a real-time mode. Examples of such solutions for the online mode have been well known and are implemented within standard and commercial tools for the simulation codes for rail vehicle dynamics. This book is the result of the research activities carried out by the Railway Technology Lab of the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at Politecnico di Torino. This book presents work on the project for the development of a real-time wheel-rail contact model and provides the simulation results obtained with dSpace real-time hardware. Besides this, the implementation of the contact model for the development of a real-time model for the complex mechatronic system of a scaled test rig is presented in this book and may be useful for the further validation of the real-time contact model with experiments on a full scale test rig.
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Cultures in Contact

Cultures in Contact

Dimensions of contact As was stated at the outset of this chapter, the aim is to describe the concepts, issues, and theoretical models that lead to an understanding of the phenomenon of cross-cultural contact.

Author: Stephen Bochner

Publisher: Elsevier

ISBN: 9781483138343

Category: Social Science

Page: 248

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International Series in Experimental Social Psychology, Volume I: Culture in Contact: Studies in Cross-Cultural Interaction is part of a series of books that presents development in the field of social psychology; each volume contains materials such as empirical research, research procedures, theoretical formulations, and critical reviews of the relevant literature. This particular volume covers the processes and outcomes of cross cultural encounters. The book consists of eight chapters, which are organized into three parts. Part I discusses various types and purposes of cross-cultural contact and reviews the major empirical findings relating to the field. Part II deals with the processes underlying effective communication between culturally diverse persons. Part III concerns itself with practical outcomes of culture contact, such as the reactions of the persons engaged in the meeting. The text will be of great interest to researchers and professionals concerned with the nature of cross-cultural interactions, such as sociologists and social psychologists.
Categories: Social Science

The Oxford Handbook of Language Contact

The Oxford Handbook of Language Contact

not only to the Mozarabs , but also to direct contact with Arabic in the North of the Peninsula . The Christian Reconquest ( 718–1492 ) , which slowly moved southward , also caused the northern Hispano - Romance varieties to enter in ...

Author: Anthony P. Grant

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780199945092

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 757

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In thirty-three chapters, The Oxford Handbook of Language Contact examines the various forms of contact-induced linguistic change and the levels of language which have provided instances of these influences. In addition, it provides accounts of how language contact has affected some twenty languages, spoken and signed, from all parts of the world.
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Immune Mechanisms in Allergic Contact Dermatitis

Immune Mechanisms in Allergic Contact Dermatitis

T cell populations primed by hapten sensitization in contact sensitivity are distiguished by polarized patterns of cytokine production: Interferon gamma-producing (Tel) effector CD8+ T cells and interleukin (II) 4/11-10-producing (Th2) ...

Author: Andrea Cavani

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9781498712934

Category: Science

Page: 147

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This book presents an overview of the pathogenesis of allergic contact dermatitis (ACD). It explains the characterization of T cell subsets which modulate immune reaction to chemicals and may represent a formidable tool for new therapeutic approaches to ACD and other T cell-mediated skin disorders.
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Empowered Hero

Empowered  Hero

If you got this document, Play Books. contact Google contact Google contact Google contact Google contact Google contact Google contact Google contact Google contact Google contact Google contact Google contact Google contact Google ...

Author: Dale Ivan Smith

Publisher: Dale Ivan Smith

ISBN:

Category: Fiction

Page: 275

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When happens when millions of people suddenly possess superpowers? Mathilda Brandt thought she’d protected her family and freed the world, instead she’s unleashed forces that threaten to destroy both. She rescued her Empowered mother from RAMPART, but now her mother wants Mat to choose sides-- Empowered over normal humans. Her sister Ava is missing. Governments begin rounding up the newly Empowered, while other Empowered want to end the threat from normals once and for all. With her own power suddenly erratic, and her connection to Gaia in jeopardy, how can Mat save those she loves and prevent the world from destroying itself? Empowered: Hero is the fifth and final book in Dale Ivan Smith's The Empowered series.
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Electrical Contacts

Electrical Contacts

E. W. Gray, T.A. Uhrig, and G. F. Hohnstreiter, Bell Labs, Columbus, OH Contact behavior of telephone relays and connectors in various aggressive environments, J. P. Baron, J.Y. LeTraon, M.T. Riou and M. Auregan, Centre National ...

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ISBN: UIUC:30112008028430

Category: Electric contacts

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Vols. for 1974- are proceedings of the 20th- annual Holm Seminar on Electrical Contacts.
Categories: Electric contacts