multipole


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multipole

(ˈmʌltɪˌpəʊl)
n
(General Physics) (in physics) any of several forms of monopole with no pole strength or net charge
adj
(General Physics) (in physics) indicating or relating to a multipole
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Tenders invited for Supply of Field integral homogeneity measurements and integrated multipole magnetic measurement system
Duties include walking multipole dogs in a secure paddock area, and one-to-one walks in public areas, as well as home visits to pet sit animals in their care.
The core algorithm--Fast Multipole Method, is a numerical technique which reduced the time to calculate long-range forces in N-body systems by using a multipole expansion that allows grouping of nearby sources and treating them as one.
Advanced Classical Electrodynamics: Green Functions, Regularizations, Multipole Decompositions
Applications include R&D, in-line production inspection and incoming/outgoing quality control of permanent magnets and magnetic assemblies, including the full magnetization vector and its deviation angle for uniaxial magnets, multipole magnet inspection, magnet homogeneity inspection, general magnetic field mapping and magnetic materials research.
Another more obvious example illustrates the SCD when using multipole relays: Two matrices are interconnected on their Y1 and Y2 lines via a two-pole relay (Figure 5).
You could be a very good analyst, but you were overwhelmed by multipole expansion.
Bonnet, "A new fast multipole formulation for the elastodynamic half-space Green's tensor," Journal of Computational Physics, vol.
Dispersion parameters as well as the modal field were calculated by using CUDOS MOF Utilities [21] that simulate PCF with multipole method [22, 23].
Ohkawa took over the multipole effort at General Atomics in 1962 when Kerst left to accept a position at the University of Wisconsin.
Two methods are presented to assess the GHE performances by drawing a box plot and a surface chart of the borehole thermal resistance using the Remund (1999) and multipole (Claesson and Hellstrom 2011) methods, respectively, and carrying out a comparison with the effective borehole thermal resistance inferred in the field.
Hellstrom calculated both resistances using the complex multipole method developed by Bennet and Claesson [6].