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Allowable Strength Design Load combination (eq7)

In structural engineering, a structure is a body or combination of pieces of rigid bodies in space to form a fitness system for supporting loads. ... more

Refarctive index (absence of attenuation in vacuum)

When an electromagnetic wave travels through a medium in which it gets attenuated (this is called an “opaque” or “attenuating” ... more

Mass vaccination (insufficiently effective)

Mathematical models can project how infectious diseases progress to show the likely outcome of an epidemic and help inform public health interventions.The ... more

Basic reproduction number for a population with an exponential age distribution

Mathematical models can project how infectious diseases progress to show the likely outcome of an epidemic and help inform public health interventions. ... more

Allowable Strength Design Load combination (eq4)

In structural engineering, a structure is a body or combination of pieces of rigid bodies in space to form a fitness system for supporting loads. ... more

Allowable Strength Design Load combination (eq6a)

In structural engineering, a structure is a body or combination of pieces of rigid bodies in space to form a fitness system for supporting loads. ... more

Allowable Strength Design Load combination (eq6b)

In structural engineering, a structure is a body or combination of pieces of rigid bodies in space to form a fitness system for supporting loads. ... more

Birch's Law

Birch’s law establishes a linear relation of the compressional wave velocity of rocks and minerals of a constant average atomic weight with density ... more

Dolbear's Law - in degrees Celsius

Dolbear’s law states the relationship between the air temperature and the rate at which crickets chirp. It was formulated by Amos ... more

Dolbear's Law - in degrees Fahrenheit

Dolbear’s law states the relationship between the air temperature and the rate at which crickets chirp. It was formulated by Amos ... more

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