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Polymer Consistency Index Power Law Temperature Coefficient Region, [degrees]C HDPE 2.
n] with n the power law index, m the consistency, and [gamma] the shear rate.
The spectra from individual bursts come in many shapes and sizes, but taken together, there seemed to be a distinct shape: a broad rising power law at lower frequencies, and then another decreasing power law as the the intensity of the light fell off at higher frequencies.
When data follow what is called a power law distribution, the outlandish data points that generate the tail aren't aberrant freaks; they fit right in.
On boundary layer flow of a power law liquid past a wedge, Indian J.
To do so, we first analyze the size distribution of a quantity, which could not follow a power law distribution and show that using DeVany's inference procedure, we would be led to the same (incorrect) claim.
The concept was introduced by Albert and Barabasi in order to describe the network topologies in which the node connections follow a power law distribution.
For many non-Newtonian fluids, the two parameters models of Bingham plastic (Bingham, 1922) and of power law (Skelland, 1967; Govier and Aziz, 1972; Bourgoyne et al.