taylor equation 
An equation generalizing the wellknown Taylor equation [1] both to the multicomponent case and so as to take account of the dependence of the transport coefficients on the concentrations of the components is obtained.


The surface glass transition temperatures are correlated to but are below the bulk values of the mixtures and obey the GordonTaylor equation.


This Tg obeys the derived GORDON and TAYLOR equation.


The Tgcomposition curves of all the miscible blend systems can be described by the GordonTaylor equation.


The three Tgcomposition curves can be fitted by the GordonTaylor equation.


This approach is based on the Taylor equation concerning cutting speed and tool life as well as on the assumption that each technological process is different.


The new methodis based on the simplified Priestley >amp;amp;Taylor equation for cropevapotranspiration.


The GordonTaylor equation was used to predict Tg of a binary mixture of temazepam, diazepam or prazepam with polyHEMA.


This technique is used to separate glass transition and evaporation processes, and to find the relation between moisture content and glass transition temperature for a pharmaceutical sample based on a modified GordonTaylor equation.


All thequenched PA/PC and PA/PET blends were amorphous and the glasstransition temperature (Tg) was varied with the blends ratioaccording to GordonTaylor equation.


The calculated results based on the nonlinear RothwarfTaylor equation give a good fit to the experimental data for a reasonable set of parameter values.

