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6. Vector Analysis

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Kerwin, W. J.; Munoz, R

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Two-phase demodulation technique for vector measurements from spinning satellite applied to design of system for processing information from sensors

Topics: DEMODULATION, SATELLITE DESIGN, SYSTEMS ENGINEERING, TWO PHASE FLOW, VECTOR ANALYSIS, DEMODULATION,...

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Hall, T. Proctor (Thomas Proctor), 1858-1931

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Topics: Vector analysis, Analyse vectorielle, Vector algebra, Algèbre vectorielle

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Crowe, Michael J

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Topic: Vector analysis -- History

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Jun 2, 2011
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Schur, Willi W.; Bilen, Canan; Sterling, Jerr

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Design of safe and survivable structures requires the availability of guaranteed minimum strength thresholds for structural materials to enable a meaningful comparison of strength requirement and available strength. This paper develops a procedure for determining such a threshold with a desired degree of confidence, for structural materials with none or minimal industrial experience. The problem arose in attempting to use a new, highly weight-efficient structural load tendon material to achieve...

Topics: GENETIC ALGORITHMS, MATHEMATICAL MODELS, OPTIMIZATION, OPERATORS (MATHEMATICS), CONVERGENCE, VECTOR...

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Topics: Oscillations, Vector analysis

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Topics: Cheilostomata, Fossil, Invertebrate populations, Vector analysis

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Topics: Cheilostomata, Fossil, Invertebrate populations, Vector analysis

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Hausner, Melvin, 1928-

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Topics: Geometry, Algebraic, Vector analysis

Francis B. Hildebrand Advanced Calculus for Applications Prentice-Hall Inc. 1962 Acrobat 7 Pdf 116 Mb Scanned by artmisa using Canon DR2580C + flatbed option

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Topics: Mathematics, ODE, Laplace Transform, Vector Analysis, Boundary Value Problems, PDE, Complex...

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Aug 27, 2019
08/19

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Weatherburn, C. E. (Charles Ernest), b. 1884

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xiv, 222 p. illus. ; 22 cm

Topic: Vector analysis

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May 28, 2011
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Ponton, Michael K.; Ukeiley, Lawrence S.; Lee, Sang W

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The near field fluctuating pressure and aerodynamic mean flow characteristics of a cold subsonic jet issuing from a contoured convergent nozzle are presented. The data are presented for nozzle exit Mach numbers of 0.30, 0.60, and 0.85 at a constant jet stagnation temperature of 104 F. The fluctuating pressure measurements were acquired via linear and semi-circular microphone arrays and the presented results include plots of narrowband spectra, contour maps, streamwise/azimuthal spatial...

Topics: DATA BASES, CYLINDRICAL BODIES, VORTEX SHEDDING, WIND TUNNELS, TOPOLOGY, FLOW DISTRIBUTION,...

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Jun 11, 2011
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Prediction of aerodynamic loads on bodies in arbitrary motion is considered from an acoustic point of view, i.e., in a frame of reference fixed in the undisturbed medium. An inhomogeneous wave equation which governs the disturbance pressure is constructed and solved formally using generalized function theory. When the observer is located on the moving body surface there results a singular linear integral equation for surface pressure. Two different methods for obtaining such equations are...

Topics: IBM COMPUTERS, RUN TIME (COMPUTERS), CRAY COMPUTERS, PARALLEL PROCESSING (COMPUTERS), SENSITIVITY...

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Topics: Algebra, Vector analysis

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The High Level Architecture (HLA) is a current US Department of Defense and an industry (IEEE-1516) standard architecture for modeling and simulations. It provides a framework and set of functional rules and common interfaces for integrating separate and disparate simulators into a larger simulation. The goal of the HLA is to reduce software costs by facilitating the reuse of simulation components and by providing a runtime infrastructure to manage the simulations. In order to evaluate the...

Topics: AERODYNAMIC BALANCE, FORCE DISTRIBUTION, AERODYNAMIC FORCES, STABILITY DERIVATIVES, VECTOR...

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Topics: Linear programming, Matrices, Vector analysis

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Jul 24, 2009
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Hague, B. (Bernard), 1893-; Martin, Daniel

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"Distributed in the U.S.A. by Barnes and Noble."

Topics: Vector analysis, Analyse vectorielle

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Carico, Charles C

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Topics: Geometry, Analytic -- Solid, Vector analysis, Geometry, Analytic -- Solid, Vector analysis

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Topics: Geometry, Analytic, Vector analysis

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Topics: Geometry, Analytic, Vector analysis

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Topics: Geometry, Analytic, Vector analysis, Géométrie analytique, Analyse vectorielle, Geometry,...

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Kane, Thomas Reif, 1924-

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Topics: Mechanics, Analytic, Vector analysis

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Hsu, Hwei P. (Hwei Piao), 1930-

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Includes index

Topic: Vector analysis

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Topic: Vector analysis

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Topics: Mathematical analysis, Mathematical analysis, analyse, analysis, wiskunde, mathematics, analytische...

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My lecture on basic on vector analysis.

Topics: Vector, Scalar, Vector analysis

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In this study, we perform experiments with a coupled atmosphere-ocean general circulation model (CGCM) to examine ENSO's influence on the interannual sea surface temperature (SST) variability of the tropical Indian Ocean. The control experiment includes both the Indian and Pacific Oceans in the ocean model component of the CGCM (the Indo-Pacific Run). The anomaly experiment excludes ENSOs influence by including only the Indian Ocean while prescribing monthly-varying climatological SSTs for the...

Topics: LASER DOPPLER VELOCIMETERS, LEADING EDGES, FLOW VELOCITY, FLOW DISTRIBUTION, VECTOR ANALYSIS,...

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Topics: Calculus of tensors, Coordinates, Vector analysis

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Topics: Functions of complex variables, Functions of several complex variables, Mathematical analysis,...

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Topics: Functions of complex variables, Functions of several complex variables, Mathematical analysis,...

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Topics: Functions of complex variables, Functions of several complex variables, Mathematical analysis,...

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Zilberstein, Shlomo; Washington, Richard; Bernstein, Daniel S.; Mouaddib, Abdel-Illa

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Planetary rovers are small unmanned vehicles equipped with cameras and a variety of sensors used for scientific experiments. They must operate under tight constraints over such resources as operation time, power, storage capacity, and communication bandwidth. Moreover, the limited computational resources of the rover limit the complexity of on-line planning and scheduling. We describe two decision-theoretic approaches to maximize the productivity of planetary rovers: one based on adaptive...

Topics: FORMATION FLYING, VECTORS (MATHEMATICS), TRAJECTORY OPTIMIZATION, SPACECRAFT TRAJECTORIES, TRANSFER...

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The development of the first commercial, ultralight, flexible, deployable, PV array for aerospace applications is discussed. It is based on thin-film, amorphous silicon alloy, multijunction, solar cells deposited on a thin metal or polymer by a proprietary, roll-to-roll process. The array generates over 200 W at AM0 and is made of 20 giant cells, each 54 cm x 29 cm (1566 sq cm in area). Each cell is protected with bypass diodes. Fully encapsulated array blanket and the deployment mechanism...

Topics: CARBON DIOXIDE LASERS, IMAGE ENHANCEMENT, NORMAL DENSITY FUNCTIONS, PARTICLE DENSITY...

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Brockman, P.; Brooks, D. R.; Hess, R. V.; Hoell, J. M., Jr

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Diagnostics and interpretation of acceleration mechanism in magnetoplasmadynamic arc

Topics: OPTIMIZATION, SCALARS, TOPOLOGY, VECTOR ANALYSIS, CONSTRAINTS, LINEAR TRANSFORMATIONS, WEIGHTING...

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For automatic obstacle avoidance guidance during rotorcraft low altitude flight, a reliable model of the nearby environment is needed. Such a model may be constructed by applying surface fitting techniques to the dense range map obtained by active sensing using radars. However, for covertness, passive sensing techniques using electro-optic sensors are desirable. As opposed to the dense range map obtained via active sensing, passive sensing algorithms produce reliable range at sparse locations,...

Topics: ALGORITHMS, SPACECRAFT MODELS, VECTOR ANALYSIS, ANGULAR VELOCITY, DYNAMIC MODELS, STABILIZATION,...

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Topics: Transformations (Mathematics), Rings (Algebra), Vector analysis

A description is given of the experimental procedures which were designed to prove the validity of the instrumental techniques and installation within the PBY-6A airplane. Four transducing instruments monitoring the aircraft's behavior were simultaneously observed with the use of multichannel oscillographic equipment. Vector air speed, cg acceleration, pitch angel, and altitude were continuosly recorded oscillographically. The aircraft was subjected to a number of maneuvers in smooth air so...

Topics: DTIC Archive, Brewer, Given A., WOODS HOLE OCEANOGRAPHIC INSTITUTION MA, *METEOROLOGICAL...

Topics: DTIC Archive, ARROW, KENNETH J, STANFORD UNIV CA APPLIED MATHEMATICS AND STATISTICS LABS,...

The Weyl (conformal curvature) tensor of spacetime is interpreted geometrically in terms of the behaviour of congruences of null geodesics. The corresponding physical interpretation provides, in principle, a means for the measurement of physical components of the Weyl tensor with light rays alone, without the use of clocks or rigid rods.

Topics: DTIC Archive, PIRANI, F A, KING'S COLL LONDON (UNITED KINGDOM), *CONFORMAL MAPPING, *LIGHT,...

Translational addition theorems for spherical vector wave functions are derived in a reduced form. The reduction is accomplished by the use of formulas relating the coefficients that arise in expansion of the product of two associated Legendre functions. These addition theorems should be useful in those cases in which spherical vector wave functions are used where the distances of bodies and sources are separated by the order of a few wavelengths.

Topics: DTIC Archive, Cruzan, Orval R, DIAMOND ORDNANCE FUZE LABS WASHINGTON DC, *DIFFRACTION,...

A set of orbital elements is described which is applicable when the motion is hyperbolic and even rectilinear, such as the motion associated with a lunar landing. This set provides a convenient description of miss distance and furnishes simple relationships for many complex geometrical problems in lunar and interplanetary flight. The use of these elements with others which are described enables the computation of a variety of differential corrections.

Topics: DTIC Archive, KIZNER, WILLIAM, CALIFORNIA INST OF TECHNOLOGY PASADENA JET PROPULSION LAB,...

For n odd, let A be any (k,n) group code, i.e. a k-dimensional subset of the vector space of dimension n over the field F of two elements. The eight of a vector is defined to be the number of components in a vector equal to unity. The exponential weight of a vector which is an element of a finite field over F is introduced. Using the general representation of group codes in Solomon (LLGR 47G-0020), a formula is obtained for the exponential weight of a vector as a function of several independent...

Topics: DTIC Archive, Solomon, Gustave, MASSACHUSETTS INST OF TECH LEXINGTON LINCOLN LAB, *CODING,...

The effects of jet curvature are investigated on the premise that at higher angles of flow deflection, this factor should have an important influence on wing lift. The jet boundary is regarded as a vortical layer, as is also the wing surface and its wake. The jet vorticity distribution is determined subject to the dynamic equations of rotational flow which are applied in a thin region at the jet boundary. This approach leads to the consideration of jet trailing vorticity or secondary vorticity...

Topics: DTIC Archive, SOWYRDA, A, CORNELL AERONAUTICAL LAB INC BUFFALO NY, *TURBULENCE, BOUNDARY LAYER,...

The mathematical formulation of the most general problem of Optimal Control can be considered as a problem of Mayer subjected to unilateral constraints, i.e., to certain restrictions expressible in terms of inequalities. Results of the classical calculus of variations in their usual forms cannot give a general solution to this problem because, among other things, the fundamental relation of the calculus of variations, i.e., the equation of Euler- Lagrange, is valid only in the case of points...

Topics: DTIC Archive, Fluegge-Lotz, I, STANFORD UNIV CA, *FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS, *FUNCTIONS(MATHEMATICS),...

An evaluation of 50 organoboron compounds as durable, flame-resistant finishes for cotton fabric, was made. Some were effective for imparting initial flame resistance, but none produced flame-resistant effects that would withstand even mild laundering. Approximately 100 preparations of organoboron compounds were carried out. Treatments were applied to 4 forms of the cotton fabric: as essentially pure cellulose, as alkali cellulose, as aminocellulose, and as cellulose-amine complexes. The ranges...

Topics: DTIC Archive, Roxin, Emilio, MARTIN MARIETTA CORP BALTIMORE MD RESEARCH INST FOR ADVANCED STUDIES,...

Elementary high frequency results for scattering by finite cones are obtained by approximating the surface fields in the integral representation by their geometrical optics values. Both singly and doubly truncated cones are considered. A general expression is obtained for the location of the specular beam (i.e., the surface generated by the geometrically reflected rays), and simple results for the field on and off the beam are developed. In particular, it is shown that for many practical...

Topics: DTIC Archive, Burke, J E, SYLVANIA ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS-WEST MOUNTAIN VIEW CA ELECTRONIC DEFENSE...