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• Potential flow — streamlines around a NACA 0012 airfoil at 11° angle of attack, with upper and lower streamtubes identified. In fluid dynamics, potential flow describes the velocity field as the gradient of a scalar function: the velocity potential. As a result,… …   Wikipedia

• Pauli equation — The Pauli Equation, also known as the Schrödinger Pauli equation, is the formulation of the Schrödinger equation for spin one half particles which takes into account the interaction of the particle s spin with the electromagnetic field. It is the …   Wikipedia

• Nernst equation — In electrochemistry, the Nernst equation is an equation that can be used (in conjunction with other information) to determine the equilibrium reduction potential of a half cell in an electrochemical cell. It can also be used to determine the… …   Wikipedia

• Membrane potential — Differences in concentration of ions on opposite sides of a cellular membrane lead to a voltage called the membrane potential. Many ions have a concentration gradient across the membrane, including potassium (K+), which is at a high inside and a… …   Wikipedia

• Particle in a spherically symmetric potential — In quantum mechanics, the particle in a spherically symmetric potential describes the dynamics of a particle in a potential which has spherical symmetry. The Hamiltonian for such a system has the form:hat{H} = frac{hat{p}^2}{2m 0} + V(r)where m 0 …   Wikipedia

• Quantitative models of the action potential — In neurophysiology, several mathematical models of the action potential have been developed, which fall into two basic types. The first type seeks to model the experimental data quantitatively, i.e., to reproduce the measurements of current and… …   Wikipedia

• Lippmann-Schwinger equation — The Lippmann Schwinger equation (named after Bernard A. Lippmann and Julian Schwinger) is of importance to scattering theory. The equation is: | psi^{(pm)} angle = | phi angle + frac{1}{E H 0 pm i epsilon} V |psi^{(pm)} angle. ,DerivationWe will… …   Wikipedia

• Earth potential rise — In electrical engineering, Earth Potential Rise (EPR) also called Ground Potential Rise (GPR) occurs when a large current flows to earth through an earth grid impedance. The potential relative to a distant point on the Earth is highest at the… …   Wikipedia

• Screened Poisson equation — In mathematics, the screened Poisson equation is the following partial differential equation::left [ abla^2 lambda^2 ight] u(mathbf{r}) = f(mathbf{r})where ² is the Laplace operator, λ is a constant, f is an arbitrary function of position (known… …   Wikipedia

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