steady state 
This paper deals with the steady state bifurcation of the KS equation in two spatial dimensions with periodic boundary value condition and of zero mean.


With the increase of parameter α, the steady state bifurcation behaviour can be very complicated.


The asymptotic expressions of the steady state solutions bifurcated from the trivial solution near α=2 and α=5 are given.


The velocity distribution at the outlet of the electric supercharger is determined by hotwire anemometry under various rotation speeds in steady state.


The Nernst equation in equilibrium and the MichaelisMenten relation in steady state were derived from the twostate kinetic model.


Moreover, the characteristic time reaching the steady state of the KcsA channel was also discussed.


The emission kinetics lacked a steady state, irrespective of pH.


During the incorporation of AA into the cells, the steady state was reached at 10 h.


Hearts were initially perfused for 30 min until steady state was attained.


Time dependences of the nonsteady state transfer of CO2 through the immobile layer of chemisorbent (aqueous K2CO3 solution) at its different concentrations are studied for the first time.


In lowconcentrated solutions, a droplet may reach a quasisteady state, in which its diameter is no larger than the diameter of the light beam projection onto the layer.


Rearrangement of the Aggregation Structure of an Oligomer Liquid Tending toward a Steady State


Godunov [1, 2] is employed Numerical solutions are obtained for the stage of the diffraction of the shock wave and for the subsequent steady state of flow around the object (circumfluence).


For γ = 1.4, systematic calculations have been made in a narrow range of shock strengths, which has made it possible to obtain detailed characteristics of not only the transient stage of the process but also the steady state.


Their treatment applied to a gas with volume heat release filling a channel of finite length under the assumption that the parameters of the gas in the steady state are constant over the volume.


The steady state interchange and approximate selfsimilarity methods are used to obtain upper and lower bounds of the solution of the Stefan problem with a convective heat transfer component in a porous medium.


Establishment of the steady state and the heat transfer across the cell are analyzed.


At large times the spatial external pressure distribution is assumed to tend to the steady state.


The process of relaxation of flow to steady state with the formation of shock wave is considered, and the shock wave structure is determined.


During discontinuous physical work, rectal temperature rapidly increases to a steady state (38.7°C) corresponding to the highest work capacity, both physical and mental, which decreases with further overheating of the body (39.2°C).

