### TABLE II INTERACTION BETWEEN FLUID TCP FLOWS AND PACKET TCP FLOWS

2004

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### TABLE II INTERACTION BETWEEN FLUID TCP FLOWS AND PACKET TCP FLOWS

2004

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### TABLE II INTERACTION BETWEEN FLUID TCP FLOWS AND PACKET TCP FLOWS

2004

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### Table 5.1 Relative CPU Time Required for Various Components of Linear and Non-Linear Multigrid Methods for Inviscid Fluid Flow Problem

2002

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### Table 6. Domain model: relationship between hydrostatic pressure and amount of fluid, between oncotic pressure and protein concentration, and between rate of flow and pressure.

1987

"... In PAGE 11: ... The fact that a functional relationship is strictly monotonic provides exactly enough information to support this inference. Table6 gives the functional relationships required to model the Starling equilibrium. Finally, the rate of flow of fluid from one compartment to another specifies the rate of change of the amount of fluid in each compartment.... ..."

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### Table 1 summarizes the main characteristics of the reference fluid flow, i.e. without influence of the particles on the turbulence, that was obtained following a time development required for the flow to become independent of its initial conditions. The statistics were accumulated over a period of roughly 7 e. In table 1, q2 1 and quot;1 are the fluid kinetic energy and dissipation rate, respectively, and are used to form the Eulerian time macro-scale, quot; = q2 1= quot;1. The Reynolds number, Re , is based on the Taylor micro-scale , de ned as

1998

"... In PAGE 8: ....43 1.23 0.35 0.32 0.051 Table1 . Flow eld parameters maintained constant over 2 k with a ratio e= k 10.... ..."

### Table 4.2 Model potential fluid flow problem on a rectangular domain with a constant tensor of hydraulic permeability. Spectral properties of the matrix blocks and the whole indefinite system for different values of mesh size h. The extreme eigenvalues and singular values were approximated using the symmetric Lanczos process and subsequent computation of the eigenvalues of resulting tridiagonal form.

2001

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### Table 4.3 Model potential fluid flow problem on a rectangular domain with a constant tensor of hydraulic permeability. Memory requirements (the number of nonzero entries NNZ(QR) and NNZ(Z1))of the approaches using the null-space basis of the whole block (B C)T , iteration counts and timings (in brackets for both approaches) of the conjugate gradient method applied to the projected positive definite system.

2001

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