A] must be determined as a reference point at a predefined knock rate limit and the Arrhenius equation
has to be transferred to the combustion process of the engine and its temperature and pressure history.
The temperature-dependent ionic conductivity for a solid or nanocomposite polymer electrolyte below the glass transition temperature is usually interpreted in terms of Arrhenius equation
without any insight into the fundamental mechanisms governing ion transport.
In particular, Ea values were obtained through the Arrhenius equation
and were calculated to be 117.
Bacterial degradation was analyzed through the Arrhenius equation
as reported by Sorokulova et al.
was applied in order to determine the activation energy.
The temperature dependence was modeled by the Arrhenius equation
, a formula used to determine the rate of a chemical reaction.
Diehr, in which the Arrhenius equation
-- an otherwise unpatentable mathematical formula -- could be applied in an improved method for curing rubber that satisfies Section 101 requirements.
o] Pre-exponential factor of Arrhenius equation
The apparent activation energy of adsorption was calculated from the pseudo second order rate constant obtained at different temperatures using the following (6) Arrhenius equation
Diehr, 450 US 175 (1981), holding that application of the Arrhenius equation
to a process of the determination of optimum curing of rubber as patent eligible under 35 USC 101.
Its exact effect can be determined mathematically; one possible method is by using Arrhenius equation
, which relates how increased temperature accelerates the age of a product compared to its normal operating temperature 
Proper thermal management can extend the useful life of these components exponentially, as described in the Arrhenius Equation