## Treatise on Materials Science and Technology, Volume 1 |

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Once Fn are known , the distribution

Once Fn are known , the distribution

**function**F ( 0 ) can be constructed from Eq . ( 99 ) . Thus we see that a measurement of E ( 0 ) can be used to derive the exact distribution**function**of the fibers in the composite .Page 267

THE FUNDAMENTAL RELATION GOVERNING SIZE DISTRIBUTION EVOLUTION Let the size distribution of particles at any time it be expressed in terms of the fractional frequency

THE FUNDAMENTAL RELATION GOVERNING SIZE DISTRIBUTION EVOLUTION Let the size distribution of particles at any time it be expressed in terms of the fractional frequency

**function**f ( R , 1 ) , such that f ( R , 1 ) dR is the fraction of ...Page 269

The size distribution may be reported as a fractional or number frequency

The size distribution may be reported as a fractional or number frequency

**function**, or as a cumulative distribution**function**. In the present application it will be found most useful to plot the size distribution in terms of the Nv ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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