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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Oakwood, GA, July 27, 2019 --(PR.com)-- Mencom, as a North American master distributor of ILME, offers a broad range of heavy-duty multipole rectangular connectors for industrial applications.
The study, titled "Electromagnetic properties of the Great Pyramid: First multipole resonances and energy concentration," was published in the (https://aip.scitation.org/doi/10.1063/1.5026556) Journal of Applied Physics . 
In the late 1960s and early 1970s, Dubovik [24,25] connected the quantum description of the anapole to classical electrodynamics by introducing the polar toroidal multipole moments.
For the solution of A-EFIE matrix equation, an iterative solver is often used because the underlying matrix-vector product (MVP) can be accelerated by fast algorithms such as the fast multipole algorithm (FMA) [15,18-21].
The optimized mass spectrometer parameters were as follows: spray voltage: 5V, vaporizer temperature: 300[degrees]C, nitrogen sheath gas flow: 55 arbitrary units, auxiliary gas flow: 12 arbitrary units, sweep gas flow: 2 arbitrary units, ion transfer capillary temperature: 275[degrees]C with a voltage of 15.00 V and tube lens: 90 V, multipole 00 offset: -5.75 V, lens 0: -9.50V, multipole 0 offset: -9.75V, lens voltage: -15V, gate lens: -70,00V, multipole 1 offset: -15.50 V, multipole RF amplitude: 400 V, and front lent lens: -14.75 V.
The method of moments (MoM) [3] and its fast algorithms such as fast multipole method (FMM) [4], adaptive cross approximation (ACA) [5], and FFT-based methods [6] are flexible approaches to study the surface problems.
with [Q.sub.l] as an l multipole moment of the drop.
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.