rate-of-strain tensor

rate-of-strain tensor
  1. тензор скорости деформации

 

тензор скорости деформации

[А.С.Гольдберг. Англо-русский энергетический словарь. 2006 г.]

Тематики

  • энергетика в целом

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  • rate-of-strain tensor


Англо-русский словарь нормативно-технической терминологии. . 2015.

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