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  • Tuyển tập báo cáo các nghiên cứu khoa học quốc tế ngành hóa học dành cho các bạn yêu hóa học tham khảo đề tài: REPRESENTATION OF SOLUTIONS OF LINEAR DISCRETE SYSTEMS WITH CONSTANT COEFFICIENTS AND PURE DELAY

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  • HYERS-ULAM STABILITY OF THE LINEAR RECURRENCE WITH CONSTANT COEFFICIENTS DORIAN POPA Received 5 November 2004 and in revised form 14 March 2005 Let X be a Banach space over the field R or C, a1 ,...,a p ∈ C, and (bn )n≥0 a sequence in X. We investigate the Hyers-Ulam stability of the linear recurrence xn+p = a1 xn+p−1 + · · · + a p−1 xn+1 + a p xn + bn , n ≥ 0, where x0 ,x1 ,...,x p−1 ∈ X. 1. Introduction In 1940, S. M. Ulam proposed the following problem. Problem 1.1. Given a metric group (G,...

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  • Tuyển tập báo cáo khoa học trường đại học Quốc Gia Hà Nội đề tài: Stability Radius of Linear Dynamic Equations with Constant Coefficients on Time Scale...

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  • Tuyển tập báo cáo các nghiên cứu khoa học quốc tế ngành hóa học dành cho các bạn yêu hóa học tham khảo đề tài: A REMARK ON kTH-ORDER LINEAR FUNCTIONAL EQUATIONS WITH CONSTANT COEFFICIENTS

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  • A differential equation is an ordinary differential equantion if the unknown function depends on only one independent variable. If the unknown function depends on two or moer indenpendent variable, the differential equation is a partial differential equation.

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  • Area of cross section Arbitrary constants Coefficients in series Distance from y and z axis, respectively, to outermost compressive fiber Eccentricity of axial load P Modulus of elasticity of material Tangent modulus for buckling outside of elastic range A function of x Shear modulus of material Height of cross section Horizontal (transverse) force on column Moment of inertia of cross section Moment of inertia with respect to y and z axis, respectively Torsion constant;

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  • CHAPTER 15 INSTABILITIES IN BEAMS AND COLUMNS Harry Herman Professor of Mechanical Engineering New Jersey Institute of Technology Newark, New Jersey 15.1 EULER'S FORMULA / 15.2 15.2 EFFECTIVE LENGTH / 15.4 15.3 GENERALIZATION OF THE PROBLEM / 15.6 15.4 MODIFIED BUCKLING FORMULAS / 15.7 15.5 STRESS-LIMITING CRITERION / 15.8 15.6 BEAM-COLUMN ANALYSIS / 15.12 15.7 APPROXIMATE METHOD /15.13 15.8 INSTABILITY OF BEAMS / 15.14 REFERENCES /15.

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  • In this lecture you will learn: System impulse response, linear constant-coefficient difference equations, fourier transforms and frequency response. Inviting you refer.

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  • Lecture Signal processing: The z – Transform include all of the following: The z – transform, the inverse z – transform, properties of the z – transform, system function of LTI systems, LTI systems characterized by linear constant – coefficient difference equations, connections between pole – zero locations and time – domain behavior, the one – sided z – transform.

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  • This is the eighth book containing examples from the Theory of Complex Functions. In this volume we show how we can apply the calculations of residues in connection with some classical transforms like the Laplace transform, the Mellin transform, the z-transform and the Fourier transform. I have further supplied with some examples from the Theory of Linear Difference Equations and from the Theory of Distributions, also called generalized functions.

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  • This paper considers the exponential stability and stability radius of time-invarying dynamic equations with respect to linear dynamic perturbations on time scales. A formula for the stability radius is given. Keywords and phrases: time scales, exponential function, linear dynamic equation, exponentially stable, stability radius

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  • Special Constants - Special Products and Factors - The binomial formula and binomiel coefficients

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  • Area, constant a Constant B Constant b Constant C Coefficient of variation d Diameter Fi /th failure, cumulative distribution function F(JC) Cumulative distribution function corresponding to x ft Class frequency f(x) Probability density function corresponding to x h Simpson's rule interval i failure number, index LN Lognormal TV Normal n design factor, sample size, population n mean of design factor distribution P Probability, probability of failure R Reliability, probability of success or survival...

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  • NOMENCLATURE a A b B bhn BHN c C Cp d de D D1 E / fi Distance, exponent, constant Area, addition factor, IiNt Distance, width, exponent "Li2N1 Brinell hardness, roller or pinion Brinell hardness, cam or gear Exponent Coefficient of variation Materials constant in rolling contact Difference in stress level, diameter Equivalent diameter Damage per cycle or block of cycles Ideal critical diameter Young's modulus Fraction of mean ultimate tensile

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  • CHAPTER 2 STATISTICAL CONSIDERATIONS Charles R. Mischke, Ph.D., RE. Professor Emeritus of Mechanical Engineering Iowa State University Ames, Iowa 2.1 INTRODUCTION / 2.2 2.2 HISTOGRAPHIC EVIDENCE / 2.3 2.3 USEFUL DISTRIBUTIONS / 2.9 2.4 RANDOM-VARIABLE ALGEBRA / 2.13 2.5 STOCHASTIC ENDURANCE LIMIT BY CORRELATION AND BY TEST / 2.16 2.6 INTERFERENCE / 2.19 2.7 NUMBERS / 2.25 REFERENCES / 2.

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  • CHAPTER 18 FLYWHEELS Daniel M. Curtis, Ph.D. Senior Mechanical Engineer NKF Engineering, Inc. Reston, Virginia 18.1 FLYWHEEL USAGE / 18.3 18.2 SIZING THE FLYWHEEL / 18.3 18.3 STRESS / 18.13 18.4 FLYWHEELS FOR ENERGY STORAGE / 18.20 18.5 STRENGTH AND SAFETY / 18.21 REFERENCES / 18.25 LISTOFSYMBOLS a A A5 Aj9 Bj, Cj b C5 Cu Dj fi F Fs g / ; J K n Nc N5 P r Constant, Ib • s • ft/rad (J • s/rad) Cross-sectional area of rim, in2 (m2) Cross-sectional area of spoke, in2 (m2) Difference coefficients Constant, Ib-ft (J) Coefficient of speed fluctuation Coefficient of energy fluctuation...

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  • Cross-sectional area of rim, in2 (m2) Cross-sectional area of spoke, in2 (m2) Difference coefficients Constant, Ib-ft (J) Coefficient of speed fluctuation Coefficient of energy fluctuation Difference coefficient, Ib (kN) Intermediate variable Stress function (= rtar), Ib (kN) Geometric shape factor Acceleration of gravity, 32.2 ft/s2 (9.80 m/s2) Second moment of area, in4 (m4) Index Polar-mass moment of inertia, Ib • s2 • ft (N • s2 • m)

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  • This book is written for the practicing pharmaceutical scientist involved in absorption–distribution–metabolism–excretion (ADME) measurements who needs to communicate with medicinal chemists persuasively, so that newly synthesized molecules will be more ‘‘drug-like.’’ ADME is all about ‘‘a day in the life of a drug molecule’’ (absorption, distribution, metabolism, and excretion).

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  • Anharmonic effective potential, effective local force constant, thermal expansion coefficient, three leading cumulants, and EXAFS (Extended X-ray Absorption Fine Structure) of hcp crystals have been studied. Analytical expressions for these quantities have been derived. Numerical calculations have been carried out for Zn and Cd. They show a good agreement with experiment results measured at HASYLAB (DESY, Germany) and unnegligible anharmonic effects in the considered quantities.

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  • The paper deals with non-linear least square algorithm applied to determine simultaneously equilibrium constant pKb or log , activity coefficients of ions HA+ and of neutral molecules fA for aqueous solution of monoprotic bases from pH data at different ionic forces established by inert salts. It has been shown that the calculation results of log HA+, logfA and log as well could be in a very good agreement the not so large number of experimental data when the experimental data are fully treated in order to receive INPUT data with high precision.

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