Anisotropy

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  • The High Frequency Receiver Function

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    In summary, this paper analyzes the high frequency Receiver Functions (RFs) to map the intra-crustal discontinuities and estimate the Poisson’s ratio and S-wave velocity beneath Jammu and Kashmir. The authors assume that the layers beneath stations are flat with isotropic structures and apply three different methods to confirm their results, however, they also need to focus on the analysis of observations to support their assumption. There are several places to improve in terms of clarity, English

  • Anisotropy And Therapeutic Analysis

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    This device consists of four primary components, the microphone, speech processor/stimulator, the wires connecting them, and the inductive charger; yet, only three biological environments need to be taken into account when selecting which materials should be used to best ensure longevity and functionality of the device as the inductive charger would reside externally on the patient’s person. (This sentence will be tacked onto the previous paragraph of the deceive description as a transition sentence

  • Transactional Anisotropy Case Study

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    matter abnormalities than CT scan or conventional MRI. DTI takes an advantage of the similarity between the fibrous structure of neuronal axons and the anisotropy (the directional flow of particles) in a crystal. In white matter tissue, the diffusion water molecules is constrained according to the density and orientation of axon fibers. Fractional anisotropy (FA) is a measure of the anisotropic character of white matter tissue, and higher FA values are correlated to the increased fiber density and myelination

  • Anisotropy And 3d-4f Magnetic Exchange Interactions

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    relaxation barrier depends on both single-ion anisotropy and 3d-4f magnetic exchange interactions.10 Thus when the 3d-4f magnetic exchange coupling is strong enough, the exchange coupled levels are well separated (avoiding mixing of low-lying excited states in the ground state) and the QTM is suppressed, so that large energy barriers, hysteresis loops and relaxation times are observed. It should be noted that only a few heterometallic 3d/4f complexes where the magnetic exchange interaction is able

  • How Individual Anisotropy Scale Up Build Complex Structures

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    interaction anisotropy to nanoparticles will further increase possible packing schemes to the motifs in their self-assembly process. Therefore, the understanding of how individual anisotropy scale up to build complex structures are of desperate desire for designing creative particles to be transformed into materials with desired properties. Precisely defined giant molecules are providing a substantial enrichment of the library of nanoparticles with unique shape and interaction anisotropy for the reason

  • Essay On Compositional Variation Of Recorded At Room Temperature

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    features viz., average grain size, intra-granular porosity, etc. [35]. According to Globus model [65], the initial permeability is dependent on the grain size, saturation magnetization, and magnetocrystalline anisotropy, , where , and D are saturation magnetization, the magnetocrystalline anisotropy constant and the average grain size, respectively. Generally, the larger grain sizes,

  • A Study On Seismic Wave

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    unpredictable heterogeneity and anisotropy within many reservoirs. In past geophysicists acquired and processed P-wave reflection data at short offset, which automatically implied relatively small angular ray coverage. So seismic anisotropy, which is defined as directional dependence of elastic properties of earth remains unnoticed. But with the advance of methodologies, acquiring long offset and multi-component data become feasible and cost effective, anisotropy showed up. Seismic wave propagation

  • Different Types Of Naturally Occurring Fracture Networks

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    unpredictable heterogeneity and anisotropy within many reservoirs. In past geophysicists acquired and processed P-wave reflection data at short offset, which automatically implied relatively small angular ray coverage. So seismic anisotropy, which is defined as directional dependence of elastic properties of earth remains unnoticed. But with the advance of methodologies, acquiring long offset and multi-component data become feasible and cost effective, anisotropy showed up. On a smaller scale, stresses

  • Implications Of Heterogeneity In The Enhanced Oil Recovery Process

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    the hydrocarbon recovery efficiencies, especially in heterogeneous reservoirs. Therefore, quantifying the effects of heterogeneity and anisotropy is an essential step in reservoir simulation and Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) studies as that leads to determine the optimal design of EOR process implementation of the field development tasks. The heterogeneity and anisotropy relate to the spatial and directional distributions of the petrophysical properties, specifically horizontal and

  • Interpretation Of Seismic Data Recorded By Earthquake Seismographs

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    properties. It is known that a stack of thin homogeneous and isotropic layers can be replaced with a homogeneous but anisotropic medium in which seismic wave velocities differ in the vertical and horizontal directions. Another situation that leads to anisotropy is the existence of

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