nonsteady

nonsteady

(ˌnɒnˈstɛdɪ)
adj
not steady or stable; unsteady
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Bresler E, Laufer A (1974) Anion exclusion and coupling effects in nonsteady transport through unsaturated soils: II.
Nonsteady flow through porous media in the presence of a threshold gradient.
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Assuming the water is incompressible, nonsteady seepage continuity equation is as follows according to Darcy's law:
It must first be understood that there are two components of the glottal airflow, the steady component and the nonsteady (acoustic) component.
It covers vector analysis, electrostatics, electrostatic boundary value problems, formal and microscopic theories of dielectric electrostatics and magnetism and matter, electrostatic energy, steady currents and their magnetism, induction, magnetic energy, circuits with nonsteady currents, Maxwell's equations, radiation, electromagnetic boundary value problems, and the special theory of relativity.
Isotopic determination of plasma glucose kinetics has been examined in steady and nonsteady state situations and has been resolved using one-, two-, and three-pool models and noncompartmental schemes (reviewed by [2]).
The time taken to reach equilibrium solubility can be calculated using nonsteady state diffusion case in spheres (54), which is 2.
2003: Fast rates of subduction erosion along the Costa Rica Pacific margin: Implications for nonsteady rates of crustal recycling at subduction zones.
The dynamical phenomena of the oscillation of mechanical components of a rail vehicle are often nonlinear and nonsteady.
Under nonsteady emissions, a default female's lipid-normalized PCB-153 concentration profile depends on the age at which her exposure began and will reflect the variability in PCB emissions over time.