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Data characterizing the effect of the nonsphericity of the particles, i.e., spheroids and spherecylinders, on the degree of violation are given.


In particular, previously known upper bounds are improved, and a new derivation of the spherepacking bound is presented.


In particular, previously known upper bounds are improved and a new derivation of the spherepacking bound is presented.


Three types of elements with an anisotropically conducting surfacea strip, a cylinder, and a spherethat are of interest for certain applications are considered.


The calculation uses the linear muffintin orbitals (LMTO) method in the atomicsphereapproximation (ASA), and yields results showing that both TbMn6Sn6 and DyMn6Sn6 are ferrimagnetic compounds with antiparallel aligned moments ofR and Mn atoms.


A sphere  similar in size and weight to a human head  impacted a honeycomb plate made of BAYBLEND (a special kind of glassy polymer used at BMW) at different temperatures and with different velocities.


CPCs made of spheretype particles (SGCPCs) had the same physical density regardless of particle size; and they also showed the same bulk electrical conductivity.


FGCPCs have higher flexural strength than SGCPCs because a flaketype particle has larger specific area than a spheretype particle.


In the present paper, we have employed the batchtype classification with a cylindersphereshaped container in classification experiments, theoretical and numerical flow analyses, and flowvisualization measurements.


Then a spheretype search ball is developed: it contains three wireless cameras, IR LEDs, a radio receiver and a battery.


Electromagnetic scattering model for two adjacent trunks and deterministic target (sphere)trunks pairs above a rough surface ground plane was analyzed by using the reciprocity theorem and the image theory.


The formulations of this article can be generalized to the conditions of more complex cases, such as layered ferrite anisotropic sphere, anisotropic ferritecoated conducting sphere, and ferrite multispherescatterer cases.


The commercial LiCoO2 has spherelike appearance and smooth surfaces, while the LiMn2O4 and LiNi0.45Co0.10Mn0.45O2 consist of cornered and uneven particles.


Wall hydrodynamics were included with a formulation for spherewall interactions.


MR forces were incorporated using superimposed spherepair dipole interaction forces.


Method for mass analysis of primary cosmic ray particles with the SPHERE2 system


The results of simulation showing the possibility of mass analysis of primary cosmicray particles in the energy range 10161018 eV with the use of the SPHERE2 balloon system are reported.


Field emission studies were carried out using a spheretoplane electrode configuration.


Construction of a wideband feed in the form of spherecylinder antenna is suggested.


The comparison of force expressions obtained by this method with those obtained by exact derivation in the case of the sphereinfinite plane system shows very good agreement.

