The cookie-cutter 'chevron' structures that cut into the rear of Boeing's 787 airliner's engine, basically lead to destructive interference by mixing the emerging hot air blasting out of the jet core with the draggy eddy currents generated as the engine bites into the airflow around the engine This decreases the engine noise by 15 decibels when the airliner is at the airport.
What does DI stand for?
DI stands for Destructive Interference (physics)
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com/cgi-bin/prnh/20100614/CG20517LOGO) Comprised of 3 US and 11 foreign patents, the assets in this lot describe methods to synchronize and modulate broadcast signal frequencies to avoid destructive interference such as mountain ranges or passing aircraft.
It also appears that the geometry of geological structure (synform) has led to destructive interference (a cancelling) of the magnetic signal in the centre of the structure, resulting in an apparently weak or absent response despite drilling confirming that the magnetite gneiss occurs relatively close to the surface in this area.
This is possible if and only if the individual branches 5 or 6 of each function are indistinguishable, so that the claim mathematically yields quantum destructive interference (annihilation) between [[psi].
In the dotLab[TM] System, coherent light striking a nonrandom pattern of capture molecules on the dotLab Sensor creates constructive and destructive interferences that produce a well-defined diffraction image.
It is the destructive interference of the frequency moving through the material with the electronic corona beam that is digitally compared to the calibration standard for valuation.
This layering technique, which generates simultaneously constructive and destructive interference patterns, is a constant motif for Panter.
In the branching measurements, it seems, waves bouncing back to the channel were interfering with other waves, creating patterns of crests and troughs from constructive and destructive interference.