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conservation law

n.
Any of various principles, such as the conservation of charge and the conservation of energy, directly related to principles of symmetry and requiring some measurable property of a closed system to remain constant as the system changes.

conserva′tion law`



n.
any physical law stating that a quantity or property remains constant during and after an interaction or process.
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Objective: Entropy (admissible) weak solutions are widely considered to be the standard solution framework for hyperbolic systems of conservation laws and incompressible euler equations.
I noticed that conservation work at these sights is not being done under conservation laws.
Warchol, a professor of criminal justice at Northern Michigan University, introduces the field of wildlife crime by looking at its many parts, including conservation laws, offenders, and consumers.
The civic body highlighted the importance of fulfilling all building requirements as well as health and safety regulations and environment conservation laws at construction sites as well as when transporting and dumping construction waste.
The civic body highlighted the importance of fulfilling all building requirements as well as health and safety regulations and environment conservation laws, be it at construction sites or when transporting and dumping construction waste.
Kahramaa has also appealed to all residents of Qatar to take an active role in the programme, by adhering to the country's conservation laws and regulations.
Pressure for reform grew mainly because of grass roots community action; planning laws were up-dated so that almost every state adopted progressive urban planning and heritage conservation laws by the late 80s.
Dr Pieter Kat, of LionAid, said: "Despite breaking conservation laws this man has the audacity to proclaim that hunting is conservation.
Conservation laws are widespread in applied mathematics, which reflect a phenomenon that some physical quantities do not change with time.
The notion of conservation laws plays an important role in the study of differential equations which are of great are essential since they allow us to draw conclusions of physical system under study in an efficient way.
This is not new with Cardiff council, which seems to regard planning protection and conservation laws as pieces of paper to disregard at will to satisfy big business.
They walk through the five elements needed to formulate and solve mass transfer problems: conservation laws and field equations, boundary conditions, constitutive equations, parameters in constitutive equations, and mathematical apparatus.

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