## Encyclopedia of Physical Science and Technology, Volume 3Academic Press, 1992 - Physical sciences |

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The

F , is mp = F , where m is the mass of the particle and r is its position vector . In

most of what follows , we will assume a cylindrical or spherical coordinate system

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The

**equation**of motion for a single particle under the action of an arbitrary force ,F , is mp = F , where m is the mass of the particle and r is its position vector . In

most of what follows , we will assume a cylindrical or spherical coordinate system

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Theoretical

Two - Phase System ( Composite ) Derived from the 1 - 3 Type Parallel Model

Ē33 = lv · lɛ33 + 20 • 2€33 R . VTO = + ( 1 - VTU ) · 2€11 Vo . 1 - VO * ' El 2811 1

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Theoretical

**Equations**for the Dielectric , Elastic , and Piezoelectric Constants of aTwo - Phase System ( Composite ) Derived from the 1 - 3 Type Parallel Model

Ē33 = lv · lɛ33 + 20 • 2€33 R . VTO = + ( 1 - VTU ) · 2€11 Vo . 1 - VO * ' El 2811 1

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Zp , t ( ni , . . . , nk ) = n ; 2 ; ( 48 )

since Zp . z is a homogeneous function of degree 1 ; it entails the relations d29 , 1

= z ; dni ( 49a ) n ; dZ ; = 0 ( 496 ) i = 1 and the related Schwarz relations .

Zp , t ( ni , . . . , nk ) = n ; 2 ; ( 48 )

**Equation**( 48 ) results from Euler ' s theorem ,since Zp . z is a homogeneous function of degree 1 ; it entails the relations d29 , 1

= z ; dni ( 49a ) n ; dZ ; = 0 ( 496 ) i = 1 and the related Schwarz relations .

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Andrew J Heymsfield | 353 |

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Celestial Mechanics 1 Colin R Ward | 409 |

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