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. prime-consistent behavior when the behavioral context is common and prime-inconsistent behavior when the behavioral context is uncommon. While the prime-consistent behavior is compatible with existing theory, the prime-inconsistent behavior poses a theoretical challenge. We argue that uncommon behavioral contexts encourage.

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. the presence of sterols has an effect on the conformational behavior of AmB and its derivatives. To this end we are.

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.Abstract: The influence of winding pattern on the mechanical response of filament wound . results. Test results show no evident pattern influence on either strength (implosion pressure) or buckling behavior (buckling modes) of thin wall or.

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influences temperature variation the dynamic behavior
Taking into account specific conditions of working environment and thermal sensitivity of individual parts of human body, the idea is to obtain a microclimatic acceptable field around operator instead to make whole volume thermally uniform. Comparison of the conventional and personalized ventilation systems of the single-seat cab, by the using of the human local sensation was presented in this paper. Key words: mobile machinery cab, thermal sensation, air distribution, ventilation, airconditioning.

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influences temperature variation the dynamic behavior
Even though it can be shown that the majority of the mechanical energy from a speeding vehicle is converted to heat, a small fraction is converted directly into vibrations that can be heard and/or felt by the operator. These vibrations are the source of NVH and are among the top warranty concerns\complaints for virtually all automotive companies. For example, a modern midsize car weighing 1500 kg when traveling at 28 m/s (~100 km/h), has a kinetic energy of the vehicle is 600 kJ. The shortest possible .

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