polytrophic


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polytrophic

(ˌpɒlɪˈtrɒfɪk)
adj
(Biology) (esp of bacteria) obtaining food from several different organic sources
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where [P.sub.0] is the initial pressure, [A.sub.g] is the gas chamber area, [l.sub.g] is the gas chamber initial length, s is the stroke, [c.sub.int] oil-gas interaction coefficient, and [[gamma].sub.a] is the polytrophic coefficient.
The thermodynamic polytrophic evolution that links pressure to density (dp/d[rho] = [a.sup.2], where a is the sound speed) can be selected on the basis of the sound speed measurements taken along a high-pressure pipe by means of two piezoresistive pressure transducers according to the procedure described in [20].
where: [P.sub.1], [P.sub.2] is the pressure and its unit is Pa; [V.sub.1], [V.sub.2] is the volume of gas and its unit is [m.sup.3]; r is the air polytrophic exponent.
For the workpiece temperature, a regression function was determined with a form of polytrophic equation [13]:
Watson and Janota suggested the motored cylinder pressure for modeling as a polytrophic process [8]:
where n is the gas polytrophic exponent, V is the actual gas volume, [V.sub.0] is the initial gas volume, p is the actual gas pressure, and [p.sub.0] is the initial gas charge pressure.
Polytrophic report in respect of the accused including Waseem and Haq Nawaz has been received and a resemblance exists in the report and the statements of the accused persons.
There are several possible coordinate systems that satisfy the required conditions and one of the mostly used is reduced polytrophic head versus the reduced suction flow rate squared.
Procambarus clarkii are omnivorous consumers of an array of plant and animal matter such as macrophytes, detritus, amphibian eggs and larvae, aquatic invertebrates, and small fish, thus affecting the riparian food web on a polytrophic scale (Momot et al.
Sometimes one or more stages of a compressor could show extra-head and polytrophic efficiency.