
Definition of Dissipative
1. a. Tending to dissipate.
Definition of Dissipative
1. Adjective. That dissipates, or causes dissipation ¹
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Definition of Dissipative
1. [adj]
Medical Definition of Dissipative
1.
Tending to dissipate.
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Literary usage of Dissipative
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1. Scientific Papers by John William Strutt Rayleigh (1900)
"A THEOREM RELATING TO THE TIMEMODULI OF dissipative SYSTEMS. [Report of the
British Association, pp. 911, 912. 1885.] IN the Proceedings of the ..."
2. Treatise on Physics by Andrew Gray (1901)
"Lagrange's Equations with dissipative Forces. — If the system be acted on by
dissipative forces so that the actual force producing in a particle m the rate ..."
3. Proceedings of the BerkeleyAmes Conference on Nonlinear Problems in Control by Louis R. Hunt, Clyde Martin (1984)
"THE MELNIKOV TECHNIQUE AND ARNOLD DIFFUSION FOR A CLASS OF PERTURBED dissipative
SYSTEMS Fathi NA Salam ABSTRACT. This work presents a slight extension to ..."
4. A Treatise on Gyrostatics and Rotational Motion: Theory and Applications by Andrew Gray (1918)
"10. Theory of two interlinked systems which are separately unstable. Stability in
presence of dissipative forces. For the interlinked motion of ship and ..."
5. Electromagnetic Theory by Oliver Heaviside (1893)
"The Elastic Solid generalised to include Elastic, dissipative, and Inertial
Resistance to Translation, Rotation, Expansion, and Distortion. § 145. ..."
6. Hydrodynamics by Horace Lamb (1895)
"... the outlines of the general theory of a dynamical system subject to dissipative
forces which are linear functions of the generalized velocities*. ..."