## What is the best capacitor for Ender io?

Octadic Capacitor is an item mostly used in crafting. It can also be used to increase energy capacity and speed of various EnderIO machines and Capacitor Banks. Octadic Capacitor is the highest tier capacitor available. How do you use a capacitor in Ender io? Where can I get a loot capacitor? dungeon chests Loot Capacitors […]

## What is a CAPA assessment?

The Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Assessment (CAPA) is an interviewer-based structured psychiatric interview that collects data on the onset dates, duration, frequency, and intensity of symptoms of a wide range of psychiatric diagnoses (Table 1) according to DSM-IV, DSM-III-R, or ICD-10 criteria. What is Capa in psychology? Description: The CAPA was first developed in 1986 […]

## What is s domain circuit?

Circuit analysis techniques in the s-domain are powerful because you can treat a circuit that has voltage and current signals changing with time as though it were a resistor-only circuit. That means you can analyze the circuit algebraically, without having to mess with integrals and derivatives. What is inductor s domain? Single Inductor in s […]

## How much memory can a 3.5 and a 5.25-inch floppy disk hold?

To equal 1 Gigabyte, you would need 1,456 720 KB floppy disks. Image by Greg Shultz for TechRepublic. In the late 80’s, the 5.25-inch floppy disk was on its way out and in 1987 the 3.5-inch floppy disk had moved into the high density category with a capacity of 1.44 MB. What is a capacity […]

## How do capacitance probes work?

Noncontact capacitive sensors work by measuring changes in an electrical property called capacitance. Capacitance describes how two conductive objects with a space between them respond to a voltage difference applied to them. … If the polarity of the voltage is reversed, the charges will also reverse. What is capacitance level probe? Capacitive probes are used […]

## What is the total capacity of floppy disk?

Today, the most commonly used floppy disks are 3.5 inches and have the capacity of 800 KB to 2.8 MB (with a standard of 1.44 MB). The high-density floppy disk drive was first introduced in 1995. Why is the capacity of a floppy disk 1.44 MB? So then why is a 3 1/2 floppy diskette […]

## What is reactance of capacitor?

The opposition to the flow of alternating current due to capacitance is called capacitive reactance. It is measured in ohms just like resistance and inductive reactance. … In capacitors, the current leads voltage by 90 degrees. What is capacitive reactance XC? The unit of Capacitive Reactance Xc is Ohm. Capacitive reactance is defined as the […]

## What is a capacity issue?

Effective capacity is the maximum amount of work that an organization is capable of completing in a given period due to constraints such as quality problems, delays, material handling, etc. The phrase is also used in business computing and information technology as a synonym for capacity management. What are capacity planning issues? In the short […]

## What is a capability in business architecture?

A business capability, a key component of business architecture, is an expression of what business does and can do. A business capability denotes the “What” a business can do, whereas a business process outline how a particular activity gets done. What are the 4 types of architecture? Here are 8 of the most recognised architectural […]

## What are the advantages of capacitive micromachined ultrasound transducers CMUTs over conventional ultrasound transducers?

Capacitive micromachined ultrasonic tranducers (cMUTs) have recently emerged as an alternative to conventional piezoelectric transducers. They offer many advantages in terms of bandwidth, fabrication of layer arrays, efficiency, and sensitivity. How does CMUT work? The basic element of a CMUT array is a parallel-plate capacitor. One plate is fixed, the other plate is supported by […]

## How does a cantilever suspension work?

A cantilever-style suspension is the plush-riding, space-saving answer. By introducing a pivot point (or points, though a single pivot tends to be simpler and move more freely) between the airbag, axle, and chassis, you can gain suspension travel and mount the suspension components almost anywhere you like. How do you make a cantilever suspension? What […]

## What is capacitor dissipation factor?

The dissipation factor of a capacitor is the power loss when AC is applied through the capacitor. This power is either absorbed by the dielectric material or internal/external resistance. Externally, the leads, pads, and solder all lead to an increase in resistance. Why is the dissipation factor of a capacitor important? Essentially for a capacitor […]

## What causes capacitive coupling?

Electric field coupling (also called capacitive coupling) occurs when energy is coupled from one circuit to another through an electric field. As we shall see, this is most likely to happen when the impedance of the source circuit is high. What is capacitive and inductive coupling? Electrostatic (capacitive) coupling that exists between measuring circuits and […]

## What are Canton S flies?

Canton-S: Calvin Bridges established the Canton-Special (Canton-S) stock from wild flies collected from Canton, Ohio in the 1920s. The stock has been used as a wild-type control in many Drosophila labs ever since. Eye color mutations. w, white: X-linked recessive, white eye color. What is Oregon R Drosophila? Oregon-R, a wild type laboratory stock of […]

## What is a Cantor set in measure theory?

A general Cantor set is a closed set consisting entirely of boundary points. … Such sets are uncountable and may have 0 or positive Lebesgue measure. The Cantor set is the only totally disconnected, perfect, compact metric space up to a homeomorphism (Willard 1970). Is Cantor set countable? The Cantor set is uncountable. Is Cantor […]

## What is the role of a guardian in the routine activity theory?

Routine activities theory include ‘guardians’ as a variable explaining the occurrence of crimes. Guardians, who may be public police or private security agents, are however as much a factor in explaining crime as they are in accounting for crime prevention. What is considered a motivated offender? Motivated offenders are individuals who are not only capable […]

## What are Hamilton’s equations of motion?

A set of first-order, highly symmetrical equations describing the motion of a classical dynamical system, namely q̇j = ∂ H /∂ pj , ṗj = -∂ H /∂ qj ; here qj (j = 1, 2,…) are generalized coordinates of the system, pj is the momentum conjugate to qj , and H is the Hamiltonian. […]

## What are canonical variables?

Canonical variable or variate: In canonical correlation is defined as the linear combination of the set of original variables. These variables are a form of latent variables. 2. Eigen values: The value of the Eigen values in canonical correlation are considered as approximately being equal to the square of the value. What is meant by […]

## What is cantilever spring?

: a flat spring supported at one end fastened to its load at the center and the other end specifically : a leaf spring so used in the rear suspension of an automobile. How does a cantilever spring work? Cantilever springs, which absorb energy by bending, may be treated as a series of beams. … […]

## What is canola oil chemical formula?

THE WORLD OF FOOD GRAINS Canola oil is considered a very healthy oil due to its fatty acid composition. It averages about 60% oleic acid (C18:1), 20% linoleic acid (C18:2), and 10% ALA (C18:3) (Table 1). Why is canola oil in baby formula? Because infant formula has requirements for total fat and levels and ratio […]

## What is the molecular formula for canola oil?

C57H110O6 *Canola oil is almost all C18 fatty acids (mostly mono-unsaturated). For simplicity of calculation we can just used the molecular formula C57H110O6 which gives the molecular weight as shown above. In reality the real average molecular weight of Canola Oil is ~876.6 g/mole. What is the molecular structure of oil? Fats and oils are […]

## What is Boltzmann canonical distribution law?

Boltzmann Distribution Law Boltzmann derived a relationship which states that the natural logrithm of the ratio of the number of particles in two different energy states is proportional to the negative of their energy separation. What is the Gibbs distribution? In statistical mechanics and mathematics, a Boltzmann distribution (also called Gibbs distribution) is a probability […]

## What does the Canon Law say about marriage?

The three ends of marriage, according to Canon law are: first, the procreation of offspring; second, mutual consortiun; third, a remedy for concupiscence. The first end is common to man and animal. But according to Catholic doctrine, the sacrament of matrimony gives an added strength to attain these ends. What makes a marriage invalid in […]

## What causes gaps in the forest canopy?

Gaps are formed naturally when canopy trees are damaged or die. They can range in size from a tiny patch of light formed by the loss of a branch to several hectares when many trees are lost in a landslide or major blow-down. Most seedlings require the enhanced light levels found in a gap in […]

## What is meant by canonical ensemble?

In statistical mechanics, a canonical ensemble is the statistical ensemble that represents the possible states of a mechanical system in thermal equilibrium with a heat bath at a fixed temperature. The system can exchange energy with the heat bath, so that the states of the system will differ in total energy. What is canonical ensemble […]

## Which structure is called as canonical structure?

A canonical structure is also known as a resonance structure, i.e. one of possibly more than one contributing structures that combine to produce the true, resonance hybrid structure. What are canonical structures in chemistry? Resonating structures have similar energy and paired and unpaired electrons and are also known as canonical structures. These are a set […]

## What is a canonical variate?

A canonical variate is a new variable (variate) formed by making a linear combination of two or more variates (variables) from a data set. A linear combination of variables is the same as a weighted sum of variables. What is canonical analysis in research? Canonical analysis (simple) Canonical analysis is a multivariate technique which is […]

## What is a famous example of a cantilever bridge?

The Commodore Barry Bridge is an example of this type of cantilever bridge. The most famous example of this type of bridge is the Forth Railway Bridge in Scotland, which was the longest span in the world from 1890 until 1919 when the Quebec Bridge in Canada was built. What is a cantilever bridge best […]

## What is a cantilever sheet pile wall?

Cantilever sheet piles are used where the height of the soil or water to be retained is smaller than 4.5 m. The various forces acting on a cantilever sheet pile wall are the active earth pressure on the back of the wall and the passive earth pressure on the front of the wall. How is […]

## What is canopy in bio?

In a functional sense, the forest canopy includes all aboveground plant structures and the interstitial spaces between them, which collectively form the interface between the soil and the atmosphere. What is the canopy of a plant? Canopy cover is the layer formed by the branches and crowns of plants or trees. The cover can be […]