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Application of the maximum width of the grid and flow rate per unit width of the river results in the number of flow zones in the lateral direction of the river.


The peel strength is the first peak force per unit width of bondline required to produce progressive separation, and the peel energy is the amount of energy per unit bonding area associated with a crack opening.


Estimates of crossreef mass transport per unit width ranged from 0.058 to 0.032?m2s?1.


In the strip packing problem (a standard version of the twodimensional cutting stock problem), the goal is to pack a given set of rectangles into a vertical strip of unit width so as to minimize the total height of the strip needed.


It is shown that any plane set of constant unit width contains a semicircle of radius 1/2, and using this a minimal univeral plane cover is explicitly constructed.


The total salt transport, through a unit width of the section perpendicular to the flow, was within 2% of the sum of the seven major decomposed, advective and dispersive terms.


It is shown that the smallest regular ngon, for fixed n ≥ 4, which serves as an universal cover in R2 is the smallest regular ngon covering a Reuleaux triangle of unit width.


A necessary condition is given for a region of the plane to have the greatest possible area of any region able to move around a rightangled corner in a hallway of unit width.


Number of rectangles of unit width sufficient for packing given rectangles


The intrinsic force per unit width, S, in thin films of Ag, Al, ZnS and LiF prepared by vacuum evaporation at pressures of less than 5×105 Torr, has been investigated using a sensitive bending plate technique with capacitative detection.


Measurement of contact angles for the flowing beads and for sessile drops led to the conclusion that the surface tension forces per unit width were similar for the drops on the two surfaces.


However, the gravitational force per unit width was higher for the drop on the refractory surface.


Measurement of contact angles for the flowing beads and for sessile drops led to the conclusion that the surface tension forces per unit width were similar for the drops on the two surfaces.


However, the gravitational force per unit width was higher for the drop on the refractory surface.


By analogy with the case of planeparallel flow an equation is derived for the volume flowrate per unit width of a plane convergent flow.


By neglecting the influence of fastening of its end faces, the initial problem is reduced to an analysis of the loss of loadcarrying capacity of a ring of unit width separated from the shell.


Adjacent regions are joined by an edge, with a capacity value indicating how many wires of unit width can join the two regions.


Considering a onedimensional through the width delaminations conveniently defines a unit width of the composite beam.


Channel current per unit width vs drain voltage with the gate voltage as the parameter.


Clearly, there is a rather strict empirical correspondence between volume per unit width and runout.

