constant pressure   (定圧)

The system is under constant pressure ().

In this article only the constant pressure case is considered.

We apply it to the special case with a constant pressure at the surface.

constant threat   (絶え間ない脅威)

There was hatred and constant threat of violence.

As a youth, Gibbon's health was under constant threat.

It is a constant threat to legume production.

remains constant   (一定のまま)

Similarly, Julia sets have the same rules, except where formula_145 remains constant.

The money supply remains constant in wage units and the rate of interest is unaffected.

After one iteration, the number of extraordinary points on the surface remains constant.

remained constant   (一定のまま)

Since its reorganization, the "Macropædia" has not remained constant.

Bhullar population in the current Majha region of Punjab India remained constant.

As a percentage of GDP, the external debt remained constant between 2004 and 2005.

constant speed   (一定の速度)

In this phase, the larva swims with an approximately constant speed.

Letters are signed at a constant speed; a pause functions as a word divider.

That is, it will be the same from any frame of reference moving at a constant speed.

constant temperature

When there is snow, the ice stays at constant temperature.

It worked at constant temperature, and at atmospheric pressure.

The cave provided shelter and maintained a constant temperature.

almost constant

The light output remains almost constant throughout their life.

The almost constant breeze keeps conditions reasonably comfortable.

Medieval Spain and Portugal saw almost constant warfare between Muslims and Christians.

relatively constant   (比較的一定)

Mammary glands remain relatively constant throughout life.

The river's discharge averaged over the year is , and the river's flow is relatively constant.

The town features relatively constant temperatures year-round, with average temperature hovering around .

cosmological constant   (宇宙定数)

This cosmological constant problem remains a major unanswered problem in physics.

Einstein later declared the cosmological constant the biggest blunder of his life.

The ΛCDM model of the universe contains dark energy in the form of a cosmological constant.

remain constant   (一定のまま)

The total number of atoms of each element will remain constant.

If regional snow lines stay constant, then the glaciers remain constant.

Thus, it can be multiplied by the volume per source and remain constant, thus formula_55.

dielectric constant

Dipole moment values can be obtained from measurement of the dielectric constant.

Hence we define the "relative" permittivity (or dielectric constant) , and the "relative" permeability .

In the case of ferroelectric or conducting material, the particles would have a high dielectric constant.

only constant   (定数のみ)

They contain only constant numbers and a single variable without an exponent.

He's the only constant member of the band since its inception to the present day.

Regardless of the method used, only constant monitoring can prevent future contamination.

constant throughout

Mammary glands remain relatively constant throughout life.

Laying dates are remarkably constant throughout Great Britain.

The light output remains almost constant throughout their life.

constant rate   (定額)

Uniform circular motion refers to the case of constant rate of rotation.

The pumps make up the difference, and can do that while running at a constant rate.

Most growth occurs in the first year of life and continues at a relatively low and constant rate afterwards.

constant presence

All the while Alan is haunted by the constant presence of the mop.

He was a constant presence on city councils and in local organizations.

For centuries, the tree Yggdrasil has been a constant presence in the lives of the people of Tharsis.

equilibrium constant   (平衡定数)

Thus, catalyst does not alter the equilibrium constant.

The hydration equilibrium constant of carbonic acid is formula_1 (at 25 °C).

The concentration quotient is a simple multiple of the equilibrium constant.

time constant

Receiver interference declines by about 8.7 dB per time constant.

More than one time constant is needed when describing reactions of higher order.

The membrane time constant measures the amount of time for an electrotonic potential to passively fall to 1/e or 37% of its maximum.

constant state   (定常状態)

During the Reconquista, the region was in a constant state of siege and battle.

It refers to the fact that all conditioned things (sankhara) are in a constant state of flux.

The pleasure capital of Yusnaan is a city of revelry where people live in a constant state of celebration.

not constant

So, therefore, the speed of light is not constant.

All positions are not constant in the local councils.

In 1989, it was noticed that the brightness of δ Coronae Borealis is not constant.

constant chord

They are unswept, with constant chord and have small end-plate fairings at the tips.

The H-22B-3 has a simple wooden two spar wing of constant chord and dihedral 1° 20', covered with fabric.

The aspect ratio of the latter is 10, that of the lower about 6.7 and both planes are unswept with constant chord.

constant use

Since then it has been in constant use for first-class, List A and Twenty20 matches.

The post has been in virtually constant use since it was first formed as the "Sparta Maneuver Tract" on 14,000 acres (57 km) in 1909.

The “Old Church” had served its purpose well, having been in constant use for about 140 years, but was now in need of almost continual and costly maintenance.

constant flow

The spring has a constant flow of 22 to a day so no chlorination is required.

What can we say, in general, about the trajectories on a surface animated by a constant flow?

Surface supplied diving equipment may provide a constant flow or demand regulated gas supply.

constant member

He's the only constant member of the band since its inception to the present day.

While Raposa is the only constant member of the band, his records and live performances feature a rotating cast of musicians.

Led by guitarist and sole constant member Shin Daechul, they are credited as being the first heavy metal band in South Korea.

rate constant   (速度定数)

As an example of the minor contribution other formation reactions play, the reaction: has a rate constant of 2.2.

Due to rate constant and concentration considerations, the most important reactants for the destruction of c-CH are HCO, H, and HO.

After the fourth question, McEnroe would make a one-time offer: keep the redline rate constant for the next question, at a cost of $25,000.

constant companion   (一定の仲間)

Her guilty conscience is her constant companion.

He is best known as the constant companion of Devil Dinosaur.

To Conan's discomfiture, the supernatural is his constant companion.

gravitational constant

formula_1 is the speed of light, formula_2 is the gravitational constant.

Examples of this follow: For gravity: where formula_96 is the gravitational constant, and formula_97 is the mass of object "n".

He learned glassblowing and electronics there, and tried to measure the universal gravitational constant using 100-pound cannonballs.

maintain a constant   (定数を維持する)

This shark has not been demonstrated to maintain a constant body temperature.

Bony fish have a swim bladder which helps them maintain a constant depth in the water column, but not a cloaca.

The middle ear is also lined with blood sinuses that inflate during diving, helping to maintain a constant pressure.

constant stream

When numbers are high, this can form a constant stream.

It is a top-down space shooter with available power-ups and a constant stream of enemies.

A constant stream of pilgrims generated a demand for these items, which also provided jobs for women.

constant time

The computation in line 6 can be done in constant time (formula_111).

Both "store" and "select" take (deterministic worst case) constant time.

Most hash table implementations require only amortized constant time on average.

fairly constant

The length of the jump is fairly constant.

Some sectors kept a fairly constant share of the work force.

Thus, at any given time, the total amount of ATP + ADP remains fairly constant.

constant source

A constant source of inspiration for his music has come from Thailand.

The difference between the accents of the two countries is a constant source of amusement.

The discussions surrounding women's issues were a constant source of inspiration and questioning.

constant contact

The exercise is performed with the heels of the feet kept in constant contact with the ground.

Buffalo kept in constant contact with the other bands to ensure the Ojibwa upheld their obligations.

The arms must be in constant contact with the chest or rib cage; the buttocks must be in constant contact with the ground.

due to constant

The site became infamous due to constant torture of the inmates.

The original kepi cover was khaki and due to constant washing turned white quickly.

By 1583, the number of villages was reduced to only 434, due to constant Crimean Tatar raids.

nearly constant   (ほぼ一定)

The length of such a day is nearly constant (24 hours ± 30 seconds).

They are warm-blooded, i.e., they hold a nearly constant body temperature.

Cabral had said that was all he needed for his nearly constant singing tours.

constant fear   (絶え間ない恐怖)

Among the underprivileged, constant fear of famine was always prevalent.

The constant fear, shame and pressure from his family forces him to leave home, mentally instable.

She is 22 years old now and has to live in constant fear of suffocation despite using an oxygen concentrator.

constant velocity

Assume that balls travel with constant velocity.

Inertia therefore applies equally well to constant velocity motion as it does to rest.

Galileo concluded that motion in a constant velocity was completely equivalent to rest.

held constant

Thus M is held constant, while do(X) is computed.

where In "constant-volume calorimetry" the pressure is not held constant.

A line joining tangency points of isoquants and isocosts (with input prices held constant) is called the expansion path.

coupling constant   (結合定数)

The coupling constant formula_4 is dimensionless in 4-dimensional spacetime.

For a (renormalizable, polynomial) self-interacting field, one will have formula_11 where λ is a coupling constant.

But standard perturbation theory techniques don't work at distances, where the running coupling constant reaches 1.